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  Particle Physics Shining Light on Ancient Secrets
 
  The same technology that was used to find a 'void' inside the Great Pyramid at Giza is shaking up archaeology around the world.

When muons pass through stone and other solid matter, they lose energy. Some come to a stop. Detectors strategically placed in various locations underneath a thick structure — in this case a pyramid some 460 feet tall — can be used to generate a three-dimensional map showing spots where muons are flying through empty space.

For more, check out this NBC News story.

 
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