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 Un día como hoy Mayo 30 - Junio 05 2021 (semana 22) infographic
Los gráficos muestran cumpleaños y aniversarios en cada día de la semana
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Un día como hoy Mayo 30 - Junio 05 2021 (semana 22)

May 30, 2021 - June 5, 2021 - Los gráficos muestran cumpleaños y aniversarios en cada día de la semana. Esta semana incluye la sonda espacial Mariner 9, la masacre racial de Tulsa, el Reloj del Apocalipsis, el presidente de EUA Grover Cleveland, Raúl Castro de Cuba, el primer auto de Henry Ford y el asesinato del sendador de EUA Robert Kennedy.

May 30, 1971: The U.S. space probe Mariner 9 was launched on its mission to Mars. It became the first artificial satellite of Mars, sending back more than 7,000 pictures

May 31, 1921: An attack on a prosperous black area of Tulsa, Oklahoma, killed around 300 residents in one of the worst ever atrocities targeting black Americans

June 1, 1947: The Doomsday Clock, intended to show how close humanity was to catastrophic destruction, first appeared on the cover of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

June 2, 1886: Grover Cleveland became the first U.S. President to marry while in the White House. He was 49 and his bride, Frances Folsom, his former ward, was 21

June 3, 1931: Raul Castro, former president of Cuba, was born. He stood down as First Secretary of the Communist Party in 2021, bringing an end to Castro rule in Cuba after 62 years

June 4, 1896: Henry Ford test drove his first car, the quadricycle, in Detroit. The vehicle had a simple frame fitted with a gas-powered engine and four bicycle wheels

June 5, 1968: U.S. Senator Robert Kennedy was assassinated at a hotel in Los Angeles during his presidential campaign. Gunman Sirhan Sirhan opposed his support for Israel

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PUBLISHED: 24/05/2021; DESIGN: Phil Bainbridge; PICTURE RESEARCH: Julie Mullins; EVENT SELECTION: Fiona Roberts and Susan Shepherd; PROOFING: Julie Mullins; TECHNICAL CONSTRUCTION: Fiona Roberts;; STORY: Julie Mullins; PICTURES: Newscom, Getty, Associated Press
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