Scanning Ancient Animal Mummies

A collection of ancient Egyptian animal mummies from the Brooklyn Museum is subjected to the powerful X-rays of a CT scanner in order to peer through the centuries-old packaging. 

By | July 1, 2011

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A collection of ancient Egyptian animal mummies from the Brooklyn Museum is subjected to the powerful X-rays of a CT scanner in order to peer through the centuries-old packaging.

 

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July 5, 2011

I was hoping to see a bit more of the scans and a bit less chatting....

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I was hoping to see a bit more of the scans and a bit less chatting....

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