Tourists leave the Bent Pyramid at Dahshur, about 40 kms south of Cairo, Egypt, Aug. 19, 2011.
AP Photo/Coralie Carlson
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An international team of researchers said Sunday they would soon begin analyzing cosmic particles collected inside Egypt's Bent Pyramid to search for clues as to how it was built and learn more about the 4,600-year-old structure.By studying particle accumulations, scientists may learn more about the construction of the pyramid, built by the Pharaoh Snefru.Tayoubi said the group plans to start preparations for muons testing in a month in Khufu, the largest of the three Giza pyramids, which is known internationally as Cheops.
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