|Astronomer Giovanni Cassini discovered Saturn's satellite 'Rhea'.
|The philosopher John Flemsteed saw the planet Uranus and considered it a star and named it '34 Tory'.
|The Treaty of Berlin was signed by the Persian Emperor Karel Saha.
|The French Revolution-Religious Army was deliberately defeated in the war of Savannah, although later faced a battle in the War in Wendy.
|Scotland geologist Charles Lyle was born. He was the first to lay the foundation of the scientific principles of geology.
|A journey from St. Nicholas, also known as The Night Bifiritakas, was first published anonymously. Later Clement Clarke Moore was given authentication.
|Chief Pushmatama of the Chikkatu nation died in Washington.
|Joseph Hansum patented the passenger horse carriage 'Safety Cab'.
|First Anglo-Afghan War: In a meeting with Afghan General Akbar Khan, British diplomat Sir William Hay McNaughton was shot dead.
|American presidential election 1844: James K. Polk defeated Henry Clay.
|The first constitution of Turkey was declared.
|The Great Powers called the Constantinopal conference with the majority of Bulgarian population in Bosnia and Ottoman regions for political reforms in both countries.
|During a battle of mental illness, Dutch painter Vincent van Gogastock hit his friend French painter Paul Gowgin with a razor, and then cut the lower part of his left ear and aprostrate him.
|US President Woodrow Wilson signed the Federal Reserve Act, which establishes a central banking system in the United States.
|The First World War-Mitra Army won a strategic victory in the Magadha war in the Sinai Peninsula.
|Visva-Bharati University was inaugurated.
|BBC Radio daily newspaper started.
|Arya Samaj campaigner and scholar Swami Shraddhanand was killed.
|Artificial rubber was first created by an English scientist named Mill.
|The Inter-American Conference ended in order to maintain peace.
|A fisherman from South Africa discovered the first living sample of Ona Kolakanth, which has been considered extinct for a long time.
|The transistor was first performed at Bell Laboratories.
|The first successful kidney transplant occurred between two survivors in Boston.
|DRS. Joseph died and J. Heartwell Harrison first performed a kidney transplant.
|Ian Craig of Australia became the youngest Test cricket captain.
|The Tokyo Tower, 332.5 meters (1,091 ft), opened the largest heroic steelstructure in the world.
|The first rocket of the meteorological country, Maneka, was successfully launched.
|The two-hour earthquake in Managua, the capital of Nicaragua, devastated life and killed about ten thousand people.
|One of the most famous plays in the history of Americanfootball, Pittsburgh Steelers made a nearby Ineclate reception near a playoff game by Quarterback Terry Bradshow, leaving behind Franco Harris.
|Lynet ”escaped from Alderson Jail by serving life imprisonment for attempting to kill President Garald R Ford.
|After 284 demonstrations, Barimore Theater closed "Latis and Laver" in New York City.
|About 88% of the population in Slovenia voted for secondary from Yugoslavia's Socialist Federal Republic.
|Calcutta, the capital of West Bengal, was officially renamed Kolkata.
|Noted storyteller Govind Mishra was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award 2008 in Hindi for the incarceration of his novel Fog.
|A male Algerian was fined by a court in Nice for insulting the French national flag; This was the first punishment that was administered.
|A monsoon trough brought torrential rains to Queensland, flooding largely, killing 38 people and loss of $ 2.38 billion.
|Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip enters the hospital to treat a blocked coronary artery.
|The state of North Korea will accept all South Korean delegations who want to pay their honors to the late leader Kim Jong-Il.
|In Chile and Argentina, alerts of volcanic activity are issued in areas near the Kopahe volcanoes, after which the ashes began to be spewed.
|The launch of a space satellite in space by North Korea is disputed by the Ministry of South Korean Defense, which claims that it was a pregnant test of a 10,000 -km range missile.
|Mikhail Kalashnikov, who is the designer of the AK -47 Assault Rifle, who named her name, dies at her home in the city of Izvsk at the age of 94.
|Sony Pictures released his controversial comedy film 'The Interview' about the attempt to assassinate North Korea leader Kim Jong-un; The film was canceled after hacking attacks and threats, but Soni now looks for a comprehensive audience for the film.
|Dow Jones Industrial Average set a record at 18,024.17; Dow has taken less than six months to climb from the price of 17,000 marks.
|Under the Damantin-Arab Wars-future emperor Niprasorus Fokas, the city of Alero attacked the city of Alero.