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Tomographic Muon Imaging of the Great Pyramid of Giza
JOURNAL FOR ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION IN SCIENCE
The pyramids of the Giza plateau have fascinated visitors since ancient times and are the last of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world still standing. It has been half a century since Luiz Alvarez and his team used cosmic-ray muon imaging to look for hidden chambers in Khafre's Pyramid. Advances in instrumentation for High-Energy Physics (HEP) allowed a new survey, ScanPyramids, to make important new discoveries at the Great Pyramid (Khufu) utilizing the same basic technique that the Alvarezdoi:10.31526/jais.2022.280 fatcat:bip6gol76vam7pgshptnfzw4ye