More remains of the space shuttle Columbia have been found above the earth. A toilet seat that survived the blast is in a stationary orbit over Southern California.
Discussion has already begun over whether or not the object should be retrieved for study by scientists at the International Space Station or whether it should be left in orbit as a tribute to those who have died in space.
Using the Hubble telescope for a rare look at something close to home, observers were able to see that carbon fragments from the blast have crystalized into precious stones and now stud the inside of the lid.
NASA experts are calling the phenomenon "Loo Seat in the Sky with Diamonds."