If you’re wondering how the public might get a look at what’s inside the empty (?) space recently discovered in the Great Pyramid, the Mysterious Universe blog has the answer: “Micro-Blimp Drone to Explore Inside the Great Pyramid.” The idea is to (from the post): “. . .┬ádrill a 1.5 inch (3.5 cm) hole into the pyramid (two monumental tasks) . . . then send in [a] specially-designed micro-blimp drone through the hole and self-inflate it once inside.” Equipped with a camera, of course.

Clever. Let’s hope it produces something truly interesting.