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OSP Project-Summary To search hidden tombs inside pyramids internal chambers scientists used thermal imaging and radiography experiments to scan Tutkhanam’s burial chamber in the Valley of the King and detect cavities in the structure. Under Scan Pyramids Project [(SPP) in short] scientists were allowed to study ancient monuments in detail. First, over a year or so ago, Egyptologist NR, Director of Amarna Royal Tomb project studied high resolution Images of King Tut’s tomb and noted some anomaly about its size with some unusual marks on door frame. After inspecting the images, NR theorized that King Tutkhanam’s tomb contain a hidden doorway leading to Queen Nefertity’s chamber. Technologist Hiroshi Wattanebe then conducted Radar Scan experiment on King Tut’s tomb to proof this hypothesis and revealed spectrum that were suggestive of two hidden chambers in the tomb. The revelation renewed worldwide interest on Egyptology; a follow-up of which was carried on with more extensive study of this tomb experimented by National Geographic scientists: scan reports from their study reconfirmed the existence of a 'void' hidden space behind the north face of the tomb leading at least to one corridor going inside the Great Pyramid of Giza. In summery all experimental study confirmed presence of hidden secret spaces inside #KV62 site. Although, every experimental result reached to almost identical conclusion of hidden cavities presence in King Tut’s burial chamber, Egypt representatives re-evaluated the project objective announcing that the results were ambiguous. The point to note is the Technical era's scope. We now live in digital age. We can fix our broken instruments by controlling a remote screwdriver far away. So, I believe we will be able to know further very soon about hidden tombs in Egyptian pyramids. Using digital aged computers help the massive monuments can be analyzed very soon block by block lime stone chunks. Read and share the book with everyone who feel curiosity of thriving civilization.