Sunday, 19 July 2020 Highlights of this day in history: Women's rights activists meet at Seneca Falls; The 'don't ask, don't tell' policy on gays in the U.S. military; Apollo 11 enters lunar orbit; Baseball's Pete Rose gets jail time; Moscow Olympics begins. (July 19)
We take you through time to witness the biggest events in history on this day. In this episode: Astronomer Johannes Kepler has insight on trajectory of planets, the Rosetta Stone is discovered which would help decode Egyptian hieroglyphics, Tom and Jerry are given their names, Winston Churchill uses...
This Day in History: NASA Is Created July 29, 1958 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was created as a means of keeping up with the space program of the former Soviet Union. The..
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Parents today don't have the same dreams for their children as previous generations since three in five (59%) don't want to see their kid end up in an office all day, according to new research. Three..