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Space Shuttle Columbia's Debris Emerge from Texas Lake (Video)

A piece of space shuttle Columbia, which was disintegrated on re-entry over the Texas state on February 1, 2003, has emerged as the Texas lake dried up because of drought.

Glowing in the Dark: Rare Pictures of Genetically Engineered Fluorescent Animals (PHOTOS)

Here are some of the most rare and spectacular pictures of the genetically modified glowing animals.

‘Deadly Rat’ Uses Poison to Kill Attackers

According to a new scientific report, a species of rat has masterminded an ingenious strategy that will see any predators that try to eat it fail miserably.

Virgin Galactic ‘SpaceshipTwo Space Tour:’ K. Sunshine is the New CFO

Virgin Galactic, the world's first commercial spaceline, has appointed its first Chief Financial Officer.

Nasa Satellite Captures an ‘Angel’ on Sun

A NASA satellite caught a stunning video of an enormous plasma twister rising from the sun's surface on July 12.

Astronomers Find Elusive Oxygen Molecules in Space

Astronauts looking for a breath of fresh air have to invariably return to Earth. However, there is now the second option of traveling some 1,500 light years to the Orion Nebula, where oxygen molecules have been detected for the first ever time in space.

A Free Trip to Space! Online Competition Winner to Get Zero Gravity Experience

If you thought that space exploration and zero-gravity experience is only for astronauts and celebrities, then think again.

US Lake Turns Red, Prompts Apocalyptic Warnings

A preacher saw the so-called ‘End Times’ when a Texas lake almost dried up and turned bloody-red in the ongoing American summer but experts insisted that the searing drought merely deprived the water of oxygen, thus leaving thousands of fish dead and floating too.

NASA: Astonishing New Features Seen on Asteroid Vesta Images

The US space agency said on Monday that it has started perusing the incredible images from one of the asteroids orbiting the zone between Mars and Jupiter, which were provided by the spacecraft Dawn that reached the asteroid belt early in July.

Texas Drought Unearths Space Shuttle Columbia Debris, NASA Says, 'It's ours'

Official confirmation has come from NASA that debris revealed by prolonged drought in Texas belongs to the Space Shuttle Columbia.