Saturday, August 13, 2022

How ancient China and Egypt developed similar structures

Although ancient Egypt and China never communicated with each other, they had many things in common. The exhibition "China and Egypt. Cradles of the...

Building Huge Structures in Space: ‘Archinaut’ Takes Another Step

By Mike Wall MOFFETT FIELD, Calif. — Made In Space just took another step toward its goal of building telescopes and other large structures off...

Secret passageway to cenote found beneath Chichen Itza pyramid

Researchers have discovered a secret passageway in the Temple of Kukulkan in Mexico's Chichen Itza that could reveal clues about the ancient civilisation's underworld...
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Archaeology 2020 – May – June

Welcome to the third edition of Archaeology 2020. Every two months the Archive publishes a new update covering some of the most important archaeological,...

Voyager 2 probe moves into interstellar space

Eleven billion miles from Earth, NASA's long-lived Voyager 2 probe, still beaming back data 41 years after its launch in 1977, has...
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Machu Picchu Renamed?

According to a new analysis of historical documents, Machu Picchu has the wrong name. It's one of the world's most famous archaeological sites but...

Archaeologists Return to Legendary Birthplace of King Arthur

By Megan Gannon Last summer, researchers discovered traces of early medieval life at Tintagel in Cornwall, on England's southwest coast, where the legendary British monarch...

$100 Million E.T. Hunt Spots 15 Mysterious Light Flashes

By Mike Wall A $100 million search for intelligent aliens has spied 15 bizarre, repeating flashes of light coming from a distant galaxy. The galaxy — a...

Divers Found The World’s Largest Underwater Cave, And It’s Full of Maya Secrets

BY PETER DOCKRILL After 10 months of intensive exploration, scientists in Mexico have discovered the world's largest flooded cave system – and it's truly an...

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