Technology today unfolds a lot of extremely astonishing historical facts which were once enjoyed by our ancestors but have been kept secret for sometime because of series of events--contributed by natural or man-made causes.
One of the accounts from the past which were claimed as true is about the ancient Mayan cities located in Southern Mexico. Through the years, archeologists were able to find leads about these lost cities and eventually found the opportunity to explore them further. Using relevant sciences, they were able to specify infrastructures, cultures and other artifacts associated with the forgotten city.
Just recently, a 15-year old whiz originated from Quebec, Canada discovered that there's another 'lost Mayan city' yet to be unfold, and this claim was also connected with another archeological revelations the modern civilization should take note of, and through technology, this advancement was made possible.
Initially, he had this theory that Mayan cities were positioned according to the arrangement of star constellations.
William sought help from the Canadian Space Agency, and compared the current satellite images recorded through Google maps.
There should be a man-made infrastructure hiding under those lush canopy. It's possibly a pyramid, or some other relative structure.
It's K'aak Chi, or Mouth of Fire.
Conducting an archeological research or any other further studies would be very challenging in this area because of the forest covers, or the volume of vegetation covering the area.
The technique of using satellite imaging plays a vital role in this feat.