Space Shuttle Columbia Debris Revealed by Texas Drought

Posted on August 2, 2011

Possible debris from the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster in 2003 has been spotted in a Texas lake. The debris was exposed because the water in Lake Nacogdoches has been reduced by the harsh Texas drought. The Dallas News has a photograph of the debirs here on The Dallas News says a NASA engineer has confirmed the debris is from Columbia and is one of the shuttle's storage tanks. Take a look:

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