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Kennecott Copper mines bull's-eye in the Oquirrh Mountains stretches two and a half miles wide and more than half a mile deep - the nation's largest open-pit copper mine, and its most productive." From article Utah's Shining Oasis by Charles McCarry, photographs by James L. Amos 1975