28. 06. 2014
Die Weltraumarcheologie macht Fortschritte und nimmt nun auch in GB formen an:
Archaeo-astronomy Steps out from the Shadows of the Past
June 24th, 2014
This week, a developing field of research that combines astronomical techniques with the study of ancient man-made features and the surrounding landscapes will be highlighted at the National Astronomy Meeting (NAM) 2014 in Portsmouth. From the Crystal Pathway that connects stone circles on Cornwalls Bodmin Moor to star-aligned megaliths in central Portugal, archaeo-astronomers are discovering new evidence that Neolithic and Bronze Age people were acute observers of the Sun, Moon and stars and that within their local landscape they managed to insert astronomical references.