The secret of the mysterious monolith in Göbeklitepe has been solved
President Erdoğan used the phrase 'Look at the sky, see the Moon' written in Göktürk alphabet on the metal block, which cannot be determined by whom it was planted in the field near Göbeklitepe and for what purpose it was removed.
The monolith, which was found on Friday, February 5th, in a field in Örencik Neighborhood, located near Göbeklitepe Ruins, about 20 kilometers from Şanlıurfa's city center, was a curiosity.
The metal block, about 3 meters high, 1 meter wide, on which the expression "Look at the sky, see the Moon" was written in Göktürk alphabet, could not be determined by whom or for what purpose.
It was seen that the monolith, which attracted the curiosity of the local people and gave a wide coverage in the news of the US and European media, was not in place this morning.
Turkey has followed a different path for the introduction of the National Space Program
metal block, Turkey was understood to be part of the introduction of the National Space Program.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in his speech during the meeting that the introduction of the National Space Program "Turkey's 10-year vision in space, strategies, objectives and our National Space Program, where the project is declared to the world under the slogan made famous in those days, and I say that look at the sky, see the moon. " used expressions.
With the image of the monolith whose mystery could not be solved in Göbeklitepe when Erdoğan used these statements from the pulpit, the tag "Look at the Sky, See the Moon" for the use of the slogan in social media was reflected on the giant screen behind.
The biggest applause of the participants in the program after Erdogan's words, Turkey's National Space Program announced the 10 targets under.