It has employed infrared thermography and muography in its quest.
The project had announced last October that the massive pyramid may contain undiscovered recesses.
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The muon devices include chemical emulsion instruments from Japan's University of Nagoya, electronic sensors from the KEK Japanese Research Laboratory, and muon telescopes from the French Atomic Energy Commission.
The results are then compared with infrared and 3D images.
That continues to be our plan and we will certainly do so in the future, but everyone, including Rex, agreed that Shroud Spectrum should have the highest priority and go online before Shroud News.
You will find the first few Spectrum issues in our next update. was contacted earlier this year by Helmut Felzmann, German Shroud researcher and author, who asked if I would be willing to go to the University of Arizona Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory in Tucson, Arizona and make new photographs of the remaining samples they used to date the Shroud in 1988.
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You should find this an interesting look at the important Shroud and Website events in 2012.