An extended-hidden slim cavity in the Great Pyramid of Giza has been found by scientists in a discovery that would lastly reveal the secrets and techniques of the four,500-year-old monument.

Location of the cavity, see the white dots in the above picture.

Described as a ‘deep void’, it’s no less than about 100 toes lengthy and as much as 230 toes above floor, working over the Grand Gallery, an ascending hall that hyperlinks the Queen’s chamber to the King’s in the coronary heart of the pyramid, reviews Dailymail in their in-depth article on this discovery.

It is just not identified why the void exists or if there are any useful artifacts inside as it’s not clearly accessible. More analysis can be carried out to disclose the secrets and techniques of this cavity which is so massive, it’s like a airplane with 200 seats in the coronary heart of the pyramid, explains AFP Medhi Tayoubi, co-director of the challenge ScanPyramids at the origin of the discovery.

See beneath the attention-grabbing video of ScanPyramids utilizing superior non-invasive applied sciences which permit them to see by means of stone partitions to find any voids or inside unknown constructions.