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Tlaloque 1, explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan

Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Tlaloque I is the name of the Robot designed by the National Politecnic Institute (IPN) to be used by the National Institute of Anthropology of Mexico (INAH) helps archeologists to explore tunnel in the ancient city of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Representants of the Politecnical Institute and anthropology of Mexico converse with press about the functions of this robot called "Tlaloque 1" Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010 © Enrique Perez Huerta
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Tlaloque I is the name of the Robot designed by the National Politecnic Institute (IPN) to be used by the National Institute of Anthropology of Mexico (INAH) helps archeologists to explore tunnel in the ancient city of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Hugo Armando Guerra Calva (Left) by the National Politecnic Institute of Mexico (IPN) It explains to the press part of the functioning and intentions for that it was created Tlaloque 1, Teotihucan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Representants of the Anthropology Institute of Mexico converse with press about the functions of this robot called "Tlaloque 1" Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010 © Enrique Perez Huerta
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Hugo Armando Guerra Calva (Left) by the National Politecnic Institute (IPN) and Sergio Gomez (Rigth) of National Institute of Anthropology of Mexico (INAH) Showing the robot , Tlaloque 1 in the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Sergio Gomez of National Institute of Anthropology of Mexico (INAH)converse about the function of the robot Tlaloque 1 in the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Sergio Gomez (Rigth) of National Institute of Anthropology of Mexico (INAH) and Hugo Armando Guerra Calva (Left) by the National Politecnic Institute (IPN) Showing the robot , Tlaloque 1 in the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Sergio Gomez (Rigth) of National Institute of Anthropology of Mexico (INAH) and Hugo Armando Guerra Calva (Left) by the National Politecnic Institute (IPN) Showing the robot , Tlaloque 1 in the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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During the demonstration showing in screen the functioning of 3 cameras with which this one enabled the robot tlaloque 1 to study the ancient tunnel of teotihuacan
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Sergio Gomez of National Institute of Anthropology of Mexico (INAH)converse about the function of the robot Tlaloque 1 in the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Sergio Gomez (Rigth) of National Institute of Anthropology of Mexico (INAH) and Hugo Armando Guerra Calva (Left) by the National Politecnic Institute (IPN) Showing the robot , Tlaloque 1 in the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Photojournalist and TV cameras work make photographies and image of the Robot "Tlaloque 1 " at the foot of Quetzalcoatl's pyramid n the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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With measures between 20 and 30 centimeters, equipped with 3 video cameras and a system of bearing, it will be introduced in the tunnel to obtain the first images after 1800 years,
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Sergio Gomez (Rigth) of National Institute of Anthropology of Mexico (INAH) and Hugo Armando Guerra Calva (Left) by the National Politecnic Institute (IPN) on the way to the tunnel with Tlaloque 1 in the ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Sergio Gomez (Rigth) of National Institute of Anthropology of Mexico (INAH) and Hugo Armando Guerra Calva (Left) by the National Politecnic Institute (IPN) on the way to the tunnel with Tlaloque 1 in the ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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To 14 meters of depth approximately the point of access to the tunnel where Tlaloque 1 was working helping the Archeologists of INAH, Mexico.Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Sergio Gomez Chavez and Representants of the Anthropology Institute of Mexico see in the screen the tunnel where be installed the Robot Tlaloque 1, in the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Workers in the entry of the tunnel receive to the Robot " Tlaloque 1 " that comes from the surface it to install in the opening that be studied,in the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Workers install in the entry of tunnel the Robot " Tlaloque 1 " that be studied,in the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Workers install in the entry of tunnel the Robot " Tlaloque 1 " that be studied,in the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Hugo Armando Guerra Calva (Left) by the National Politecnic Institute (IPN) and Sergio Gomez (Rigth) of National Institute of Anthropology of Mexico (INAH) Showing the robot , Tlaloque 1 in the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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The first images of the underground tunnel after 1800 years, provided by Tlaloque 1,Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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The first images of the underground tunnel after 1800 years, provided by Tlaloque 1, (In this image it is possible to estimate some big stones labrated that believes they are realized by humans) Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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The first images of the underground tunnel after 1800 years, provided by Tlaloque 1, Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Station of monitoring in surface of the Robot Tlaloque 1, Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
Tlaloque 1 explores ancient tunnel in the ruins of Teotihuacan
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Station of monitoring in surface of the Robot Tlaloque 1, Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010
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Tlaloque I is the name of the Robot designed by the National Politecnic Institute (IPN) to be used by the National Institute of Anthropology of Mexico (INAH) helps archeologists to explore tunnel in the ancient city of Teotihuacan, Mexico 10/11/2010

For the first occasion in Mexico and Latin America and for the second occasion in the world, a robot, colaborate whit archeologists and anthropologists in archaeological explorations, The robot called " Tlaloque 1 " was designed by students of the National Politecnic Institute of Mexico (IPN) and work in the investigations that are realized in a tunnel discovered in 2003 that connects directly to Quetzalcoatl's Pyramid, the idea of this work is not to risk a human being up to having knowledge of the condition of the tunnel, it is believed that under this pyramid they find remains of some Governors and leaders of this enigmatic city, probably dead does mas of 2000 years.

During the presentation of this robot to the mass media revenue to the underground tunnel on his first 25 meters and it obtained the first images after 1800 years and it is believed that it was concealed for humans who trying to represent the underworld of the Teotihuacan mythology and it is believed at present that they can contribute interesting information on the cosmogony and ritual funeral of this civilization that disappeared before the arrival of the Aztecs to this place, who occupied her during a time before continuing and to found the current Mexico City, Recently studies realized with GPS has discovered that under the pyramid there exist 3 secret chambers that might reveal interesting findings.

Enrique Pérez Huerta
Freelance Photographer
Demotix-Mexico

Por primera ocasión en Mexico y América Latina y por segunda ocasión en el mundo, un robot, asiste a arqueólogos y antropologos en exploraciones arqueológicas, El robot que lleva por nombre "Tlaloque 1" fue diseñado por estudiantes del Instituto Politécnico nacional mexicano y asistirá en las investigaciones que se realizan en un túnel descubierto en 2003 que conecta directamente a la Pirámide de Quetzalcoatl, la idea de este trabajo es no arriesgar a un ser humano hasta tener conocimiento del estado del túnel, se cree que debajo de esta pirámide se encuentran restos de algunos antiguos gobernantes de esta enigmática ciudad, probablemente muertos hace mas de 2000 años.

Durante la presentación de este robot a los medios de comunicación se ingreso a el pasaje subterráneo en sus primeros 25 metros y obtuvo las primeras imágenes después de este tiempo y se cree que fue ocultado hace mas de 1800 años por humanos que trataban de representar el inframundo de la mitología Teotihuacana y se cree en la actualidad que pueden aportar interesantes datos sobre la cosmogonía y rituales funerarios de esta civilización que desapareció antes de la llegada de los aztecas a esta ciudad, quienes la ocuparon durante un tiempo antes de continuar y fundar la actual ciudad de México. Recientemente se realizaron estudios de geoposicion y se ha descubierto que debajo de la pirámide existen 3 cámaras ocultas que podrían revelar interesantes hallazgos.
Enrique Pérez Huerta
Fotógrafo Independiente
Demotix-Mexico

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