Time Capsule Finally Uncovered at U. of Utah

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It took seven months, one density-measuring machine, and two radar technicians, but the University of Utah has finally recovered a time capsule buried inside a student union building almost 50 years ago. Technicians measured the density of red bricks around the union's fireplace until they found a spot with a large air hole--and then, a rusty box, the Daily Utah Chronicle reports. The contents of the box won't be revealed until the union celebrates its 50th anniversary in January. Luckily, radar technology should not be required to open it.