Muography Helps Scientists See Inside the Great Pyramid
Clip: Season 17 Episode 1 | 1m 39s
Scientists used an unprecedented imaging technique called muography to create an internal scan of the Great Pyramid of Giza. See how it works. Muography is the process of recording the trajectories of sub-atomic particles known as muons to form images. The process is similar to taking an x-ray but on a much larger scale.
Aired: 01/24/18Video has closed captioning.
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