Moreover, it was recently stated that there is clear evidence of an empty space that lies behind the northern part of this pyramid and a cavity unknown grows on the north-east structures that are completely separate from the main channels and graves inside pyramid.
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Great Pyramid of Giza built for the Pharaoh Khufu was now more than 4,500 years and has a height of 146 meters, recorded the largest building in Egypt at that time.
A project called Scanning Pyramids, which brought together researchers from several universities, and technical companies from around the world, aims to investigate the pyramid in order to see what is inside it using non-invasive methods, scanning the the main method. Because this scan to be performed, they used infrared thermography, 3D simulation and muon radiography, for possible abnormalities in the structure. While infrared thermography method is used to determine variations in temperature in a given room, Muon radiography works like X-rays Regarding the latter method, one of the researchers in this project explains: "As X-rays pass through our body and our skeleton can be seen, these particles (muons) can pass through any structure, even through extremely tough stones. "
Using these methods, researchers have found a cavity known that has a depth of approximately 105 meters and is located in the outskirts of the north-east structure, another variant of a cavity under the entrance gate behind the face of the and north, however, there is no evidence that there is a close connection between them.
However, given that this project was initiated by scientists and not by archaeologists, the latter stated that these abnormalities are a result of building the pyramid. Furthermore, I believe that there is no room above.
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