Growing up in the Central Florida area I've gotten to the point where stories about the Space Shuttles don't really make an impact. Every day its something about the people involved, layoffs, new projects, rockets being launched, etc so you really get sort of desensitized about the whole thing. Today, however, a story on the news tonight caught my attention. Apparently after 8 years of being submerged in a lake a very large portion of the Columbia was located because Texas is in the middle of a serious drought.
Piece of Columbia Found