Mystery of Britain’s earliest stone circles solve: Read this to know


#Circles #StoneMystery of Britain’s earliest stone circles solve: Read this to know : Finally the mystery of the great stone circle Stenness, located in Orkney, Scotland solved with the newly published journal by the University of Adelaide.

The mysterious stand stone of British was a puzzle for every scientists and astronaut, and a recently ended research said that these 5000-years-old British Stand Stones are designed following the circulation track of sun and moon.

For the very first time, a new enchanting fact related to astronomy came to the limelight that the 5000 years old British Stone Circles are distinctively designed in line with the activities of the Sun and Moon.

A new research held by the researchers of University of Adelaide research has stated that the most primitive standing tombstones of Britain, the great circles, were built in sequence with the movements of the Sun and this announcement has dragged the anonymity of British Stone Circle to an end. The research held by using both 2D and 3D technology and published in the academic journal of Archaeological Science.

As per the study, with the thorough employment of pioneering 2D and 3D technology, the quantitative examinations of the outlines of the arrangement of the standing stones constructed and it discovered that the stones were designed 5,000 years ago to follow astronomical movements of the sun and moon.

Created in 3000 B.C, this stone circle was an inscrutability for many of us. Researchers found that, about a significant portion of the destinations, the northern skyline was higher and nearer than the southern horizon. This would have made the midyear solstice sun, denoting the longest day of the year, seem to ascend out of a unique top in the North.

Speaking to this promising innovation, Gail Higginbottom, project leader of this research said that, this study is the proof about the connection of ancient Britons to the sky and astronomy with the earliest standing stones, and that this practice persistent in the same way for 2,000 years. Source: