He said that a new step has been added in the infrared survey process begun in November.
"Because we need to confirm that the anomalies are still there in a long time period and because we need to make hypothesis and simulation, we are going to measure the temperatures during 24 hours for each phase," Tayoubi said.
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The goal is to prepare a long term survey measurement so to eliminate natural factors, such as wind and changing seasons.
Another intriguing anomaly was detected on some of the limestone blocks that make up the western side of Red Pyramid in Dahshur.
"There is a clear difference of temperature, a cold and a hot zone, which is not found on the other sides. The bottom is colder than the top," Matthieu Klein of Canada's Laval University told reporters.
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"It could be because of the wind ... We have no answers yet, that's why we need long time measurements and hypothesis simulations," he said.
The researchers will further investigate the anomalies at the Great Pyramid next month, when plates will be placed inside the monument in an attempt to capture cosmic particles.