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A trip to a shellfish hatchery in Washington reveals a bustling operation.
The Great Salt Lake's north arm can reach 30 percent salinity—about 10 times saltier than the ocean. Take a closer look at this extreme environment.
The frame of the James Webb Space Telescope is being built right in Salt Lake City's backyard, in a small town called Magna. Aerospace and defense manufacturer ATK is constructing the honeycomb-like graphite composite skeleton, and Bob Hellekson, ATK program manager for the telescope, agreed to show me around.
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