Egyptian Discoveries New Pyramids Discovered In Egypt Using Satellites

Using modern technology and space age today to discover the ancient treasures. One might think that the only way to find things under the sands of Egypt is to use a pick and shovel, and perhaps some modern machines. Will it be the law on modern machines, but one would think that we need to go into space to do this? If you do, congratulate you. This technology is helping to search for things in Egypt, and it worked.

New tombs and pyramids

And uses the latest space technology in search of ancient burial chambers in the desert around the Nile River. Revolves around the Earth is about 500 km, these satellites use infrared imaging to penetrate the sand is evidence of old buildings. Was discovered the remains of the city were not seen, but this is only part of a surprise. Also found on the last 17 amazing pyramids, and thousands of ancient tombs and settlements have been used since the new technology in the field hunting for old buildings. Because it was the use of clay bricks in construction, and these bricks appear on the infrared imagery due to the high density. This makes the search of the old town as easy as finding a festival of Easter eggs in the sandbox. Artificial structures in the sand appear in a clear and he had already dug two pyramids were.

And that’s how exciting fishing shorten the time for new discoveries of several hundred years. If we know where these tombs and cities, and we only need to work force and money to open it. Consider the size of the discovery, we can give them priority.

And our search for the missing objects endless, but because we do not know where they are, and we spend long hours in research is worthless. With this new technology can zoom in on the discoveries and spends all the energy in the collapse of what we discover, and if it is worth exploring immediately or not. We can do important things first.

Conclusion

The question of whether to use the money for space exploration really worth the effort proved once again it is. Turned the enormous progress we are making in building a satellite for space exploration as valuable as is the case when the technology is running across the face of the earth. We can now see literally under the desert sand. Who knows what you can find next time? And we will seek a way out? We can find Noah’s ark? Only time will tell.

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