Nightly News | August 02, 2011
BRIAN WILLIAMS, anchor: And look what else the drought in Texas has done. Officials in Nacogdoches have located a piece of the shuttle Columbia ; which, remember, blew up on re-entry over Texas back in 2003 . This was found caked with mud in a lakebed where the water dried up around it. It's about four feet in diameter. Someone guessed it could be a part of the shuttle and only that, and they were correct. They sent photographs to NASA for confirmation and retrieval.