Researchers believe they have found two new chambers within the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Telegraph reported.

The brand new cavities have already been discovered via a project called Scan Pyramids. The project is of looking into the pyramids without drilling together with the target underneath the authority of the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities.

Scan Pyramids uses radio-graphic muons to pierce through the pyramids without disturbing a rock. The process helps scientists observe different densities.

the Telegraph described the research is anticipated to continue to the first 90 days of 2017, although the objective is planned to run before the end of 2016, based on Scan Pyramids.

The tests showed a previously unknown hole behind one of the corridors of the pyramid around the North-Eastern fringe of the Chart and another unidentified space, based on the Telegraph.

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