Viernes 02 Diciembre 2022


Salida del sol 07:49
Puesta de sol en 16:50

Salida del sol 07:50
Puesta de sol en 16:50

Diferencia :
-1 minute en menos

Luna llena :
08/12 05:09

Luna nueva :
23/12 11:17

22 jours depuis la dernière lune

eso ha pasado un 02 Diciembre

1804 : Bonaparte crowned emperor

On December 2, 1804, Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned emperor in Notre Dame de Paris by the Pope. Since 1800, Bonaparte had been First Consul in a France in war against much of Europe. French victories continued until 1807 when the Emperor controled much of Europe. In 1812 the first defeats came, many French soldiers were killed and Napoleon was finally defeated in 1815.

1805 : Battle of Austerlitz

On December 2, 1805, French forces won an important victory against the Russians and Austrians at Austerlitz near Brno (Czech Republic today).

1851 : Coup of Louis Napoleon Bonaparte

On December 2, 1851, Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte, then President of the French Republic, seeing the end of his term arriving and knowing that he could not be elected a second time according to the Constitution, fomented a coup with the money of his mistress Harriet Howard in order to keep his place. He was crowned emperor a year later.

1942 : First nuclear chain reaction

On December 2, 1942, physicist Enrico Fermi demonstrated the first nuclear chain reaction in the first reactor in the world, Chicago Pile-1, under a former football stadium of the University of Chicago.

1959 : Collapse of the Malpasset Dam

On December 2, 1959, the Malpasset dam in the Var collapsed and water rushed down the town of Frejus. 412 people were killed. Some people were buried in their home in the mud while others finished their lives in the sea.

Actualidad del día : 02 Diciembre

International Day for the Abolition of Slavery
December 2 is the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, on the anniversary of the Convention for the Suppression of Trafficking in Human Beings adopted by the United Nations on December 2, 1949.Slavery of all kinds (debt bondage, exploitation of prostitution, sexual slavery, sale of children and women ...) are still burning issues today.
National Day in United Arab Emirates
December 2nd is National Day in UAE which celebrate their independence gained from the United Kingdom on December 2nd, 1971.

Cita del día : 02 Diciembre

Enrico Fermi
There are two possible outcomes: if the result confirms the hypothesis, then you've made a measurement. If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you've made a discovery.

Cumpleaños : 02 Diciembre

Pierre Waldeck-Rousseau, Político francés (1846)
George Minot, Investigador estadounidense, Premio Nobel de Fisiología o Medicina (1885)
Harriet Cohen, Pianista inglesa (1895)
Maria Callas, Soprano griega (1923)
Léon Schwartzenberg, Oncólogo francés (1923)
Alexander Haig, General y político estadounidense (1924)
Julie Harris, Actriz americana (1925)
Mike Larrabee, Atleta estadounidense (1933)
Gianni Versace, Diseñadora de moda italiano (1946)
Rick Savage, Músico inglés (Def Leppard) (1960)
Dan Gauthier, Actor americano (1963)
Brendan Coyle, Actor británico (1963)
Lucy Liu, Actriz americana (1968)
Nate Mendel, Músico estadounidense (Foo Fighters) (1968)
Graham Kavanagh, Futbolista irlandés (1973)
Monica Seles, Jugadora de tenis estadounidense (1973)
Jan Ullrich, Ciclista alemán (1973)
Michaël Youn, Actor francés (1973)
Nelly Furtado, Cantante canadiense (1978)
Christopher Wolstenholme, Músico inglés (Muse) (1978)
Britney Spears, Cantante estadounidense (1981)
Chris Burke, Futbolista escocés (1983)
Amaury Leveaux, Nadador francés (1985)

Nos han dejado un 02 Diciembre

Hanazono, Emperador de Japón (1348)
Hernán Cortés, Explorador español (1547)
Marquis de Sade, Escritor francés (1814)
John Brown, Abolicionista estadounidense (1859)
Edmond Rostand, Poeta francés (1918)
Yip Man, Artista marcial chino (1972)
Romain Gary, Piloto y escritor francés (1980)
Luis Federico Leloir, Químico argentino, Premio Nobel (1987)
Robert Cummings, Actor americano (1990)
Pablo Escobar, Narcotraficante colombiano (1993)
Vue mer : crédit photo Aseed