May, who has produced several books using the Victorian technology, said he had spent many nights compiling the images while he was on tour with the band Queen. The technique uses photographs taken at slightly different angles which give a three-dimensional effect which leaps off the page when readers wear special glasses. However most of the Apollo shots were not captured in 3D so May spent a year painstakingly altering them to get the effect ahead of the 50th anniversary of the landing next year.–– ADVERTISEMENT –– … A new book of stereoscopic images of the Moon landing created by Brian May, the Queen Guitarist, is the closest most people will ever get to walking on the lunar surface, astronauts have claimed. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.