Eight years after the Space Shuttle Columbia disentegrated over Texas, a lake recently ravaged by drought has revealed a piece of it. NASA has confirmed that the four-foot module is from the shuttle, and once provided water and electricity to the crew. NASA is currently drawing up plans to retrieve and study it—begging the question of where other remnants might lay. (via gizmodo.com) View Image ›
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