Un día como hoy Enero 10-16, 2021 (semana 02)
January 10, 2021 - January 16, 2021 - Los gráficos muestran cumpleaños y aniversarios en cada día de la semana. Esta semana incluye la modernización de Omán, el jet furtivo Chengdu J-20 Black Eagle, el Boeing 747, el limpiaparabrisas automático, incendios forestales en Australia, la Alta presa de Asuán y la primera mujer presidena de Taiwán.
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January 10, 2020: Qaboos bin Said Al Said, Sultan of Oman, died at age 79. His policy of modernisation helped to bring an end to Oman’s international isolation
January 11, 2011: China successfully tested its new Chengdu J-20 Black Eagle stealth fighter jet, underscoring a growing military rivalry with the United States
January 12, 1970: The first Boeing 747 arrived at London’s Heathrow airport after its proving flight from New York. Production of the popular aircraft is scheduled to end in 2022
January 13, 1921: Brothers Fred and William Folberth invented the automatic windshield wiper in Cleveland, Ohio. The first mechanical wipers were developed in 1903
January 14, 2020: Australia’s most intense bushfire season on record destroyed over 3,000 homes and killed or displaced nearly three billion animals
January 15, 1971: The Aswan High Dam in Egypt, designed to control the flooding of the Nile, was opened by President Anwar Sadat and Soviet President Nikolai Podgorny
January 16, 2016: Tsai Ing-wen was elected the first female President of Taiwan after her Democratic Progressive Party won a majority in the Legislative Yuan
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