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2010 September 17, 16:01:38 by pipedija

Today in History for September 17th

Highlights of this day in history: The Battle of Antietam sets a bloody record during America’s Civil War; Work ends on US Constitution; Israel and Egypt’s leaders sign Camp David Accords; Singer Hank Williams born; ‘MASH’ premieres.

(Source: youtube.com)


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"17th september 1991 - Estonia, North Korea, South Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, the Marshall Islands and Micronesia join the United Nations."

2010 September 17, 15:03:33 by pipedija

Via naffskrylla


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2010 September 16, 17:39:55 by pipedija

Today in History for September 16th 

Highlights of this day in history: Vietnam War deserters and draft evaders receive conditional amnesty; Palestinian refugees massacred in Lebanon; Mexico pushes for independence; Opera star Maria Callas dies; Blues great B.B. King born.

(Source: youtube.com)


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2010 September 15, 23:27:11 by pipedija

Today in History for September 15th

Highlights of this day in history: Four black girls killed in a church blast in Alabama; President George W. Bush vows massive rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina; Nazi Germany adopts Nuremberg laws; Agatha Christie and Oliver Stone born.

(Source: youtube.com)


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2010 September 14, 16:28:00 by pipedija

Today in History for September 14th 

Highlights of this day in history: America mourns victims of Sept. 11th attacks; Theodore Roosevelt becomes President; ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ written; Monaco’s Princess Grace dies; Baseball season cancelled due to players’ strike.

(Source: youtube.com)


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2010 September 11, 19:12:35 by pipedija

Today in History for September 11th

Sights and sounds of this day in 2001, when America suffered the worst terrorist attack on its soil. 

(Source: youtube.com)


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2010 September 10, 15:12:07 by pipedija

Today in History for September 10th

Highlights of this day in history: Hungary lets East German refugees leave for West Germany; Louisiana U.S. Senator Huey Long fatally shot; Elias Howe gets sewing machine patent; ‘Gunsmoke’ premieres; Singer Jose Feliciano born.


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2010 September 9, 17:13:00 by pipedija

Today in History for September 9th

Highlights of this day in history: Inmates seize control of Attica prison in upstate New York; Mao Zedong, Communist China’s founding leader, dies; Elvis Presley first appears on TV’s Ed Sullivan Show; Soul singer Otis Redding born.


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2010 September 8, 15:14:18 by pipedija

Today in History for September 8th

Highlights of this day in history: Galveston hurricane kills thousands; President Gerald Ford pardons Richard Nixon; Nazis begin Leningrad siege during World War II; Comedian Sid Caesar born; Original ‘Star Trek’ premieres on TV.


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Two Small Asteroids to Pass Close by Earth on September 8, 2010

2010 September 8, 00:26:33 by Two Small Asteroids to Pass Close by Earth on September 8, 2010

Two asteroids, several meters in diameter and in unrelated orbits, will pass within the Moon’s distance of Earth on Wednesday, September 8th. The Catalina Sky Survey near Tucson Arizona discovered both objects on the morning of September 5 during their routine monitoring of the skies. The Minor Planet Center in Cambridge Massachusetts first received the observations Sunday morning, determined preliminary orbits and concluded that both objects would pass within the distance of the Moon about three days after their discovery. Near Earth asteroid 2010 RX30 is estimated to be 10 to 20 meters in size and will pass within 0.6 lunar distances of Earth (about 248,000 km) at 9:51 Greenwich standard time (5:51 am EDT) Wednesday. The second object, 2010 RF12, estimated to be 6 to 14 meters in size will pass within 0.2 lunar distances (79,000 km) a few hours later at 21:12 Greenwich standard time (5:12 pm EDT). Both objects should be observable near closest approach with moderate sized amateur telescopes. Although neither of these object has a chance of hitting Earth, a ten meter-sized near-Earth asteroid from the undiscovered population of about 50 million would be expected to pass almost daily within a lunar distance, and one might strike Earth’s atmosphere about every ten years on average.

Via NASA



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2010 September 7, 17:35:00 by pipedija

Today in History for September 7th

Highlights of this day in history: Nazi Blitz on Britain begins in World War II; Mobutu Sese Seko dies; Panama Canal Treaties signed; Rapper Tupac Shakur shot; ESPN debuts; Pro Football Hall of Fame dedicated; Rock star Buddy Holly born.


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2010 September 6, 13:13:39 by pipedija

Today in History for September 6th

Highlights of this day in history: President William McKinley shot in Buffalo, N.Y.; Funeral held for Britain’s Princess Diana; Mother Teresa mourned in India; Movie director Akira Kurosawa dies; Roger Waters of Pink Floyd fame born.


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2010 September 6, 11:48:47 by pipedija

Interview with David Coulthard, September 2010

Before the Red Bull Speed Avenue 2010 show in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Former McLaren and Red Bull driver talks about the event and lots of other topics, including Belgium GP Spa 1998 crash with Michael Schumacher, friendship with Mika Hakkinen, famous Eau Rouge corner, compares Kimi Raikkonen and Mark Webber, and states that current grid is as good as ever.


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2010 September 5, 20:43:23 by pipedija

Today in History for September 5th

Highlights of this day in history: A massacre at the Munich Olympics; President Gerald Ford escapes the first of two assassination attempts, weeks apart; Jack Kerouac’s ‘On the Road’ published; Missionary nun Mother Teresa dies.


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2010 September 4, 15:06:07 by pipedija

Today in History for September 4th

Highlights of this day in history: Crisis unfolds in Little Rock, Ark. over racial integration in schools; Ford rolls out its ill-fated Edsel; Attorney William Kunstler dies; Mark Spitz sets Olympic gold record; Singer Beyonce born.


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