This day’s Special- August 25

This day’s Special- August 25

looking into the glimpse of history, Today in,

1609: Galileo exhibited the binocular . He used to sell these binoculars to merchants , which helped in navigation in the sea. For his work in the field of Physics, he was given the title Father of Physics.

1981: NASA’s Voyager 2 , became the first man made object to reach closest to Saturn.This probe give us really important information and facts about both Saturn and Neptune.

2012: Voyager 1 became the first space probe to enter Interstellar. It is expected that the Voyager 1 will be operational till 2025 as after it, it’s thermoelectric generators are likely to go off.

1819: The inventor of first successful operational steam engine James Watt passed away in Scotland.The Steam engine developed by him could be said the mitigator factor towards Industrialization.For his contribution, the Unit of Power, Watt is named after him.

1930: Famous actor, Sean Connery was born . He is likely known for his role as James bond in films like Never Say Never Again, The Goldfinger and the Thunderball.

2012: The First person to land on The Moon, Neil Armstrong passed away. Before working as an astronaut, he was an air force officer, and took part in the Korean War.At 16, Before even getting a driving license , he was acknowledged with a student flight certificate. In 1969, he along with Edwin Aldrin spent around 120 minutes on the surface of the moon.

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Sheryansh Jain
I am an engineering student,
Song lover, especially Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan,
Cricket lover.

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