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Ancient astronomy lab discovered in Peru

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Archaeologists have uncovered where Peru's ancient ancestors would have observed the night sky.

Some early civilizations are thought to have watched the night sky with awe, charting the heavens with incredible accuracy while building complex structures designed to observe and record the positions and alignments of the stars.

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Those etching don't look like any type of star to me. One in the lower left side kinda looks like a UFO, though :-*

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4000 years ago ? if it's true,that's a great finding

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This is brilliant.

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Very neat.

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Very cool,this is a great find

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Most ancient civilizations have been known to study astrology. Some of them left monuments that still marks certain stars, constellations, etc. The night sky has been the focus of great interest over eons.

Internet wasn't a thing back then hehe.

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I wonder what ramifications, if any, are had by disconnecting ourselves from the night sky with all this light pollution.

Seriously. This is the first time in human history we aren't getting the full effect of seeing the milky way and the billions of stars flowing through and around it.

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Because ancient civilization has been contacting et's

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Man just to knkw that ancient ppl knew the things did is kind of baffling....HOW!?

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