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A method to image random three-dimensional source distributions is proposed. We show that, by using a Michelson stellar interferometer in a prescribed fashion, one is able to measure a special form of a threedimensional degree of coherence. The inverse Fourier transform of this coherence function yields the threedimensional intensity distribution of the source as seen from the paraxial far zone.doi:10.1364/ol.21.001011 pmid:19876235 fatcat:agsalu7vrjcw5hhpv3p45terlm