January 2 is the second day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 363 days remain until the end of the year.
Spanish army captured Granada – Granada (Spanish: Granada, Arabic : غرناطة) is the capital of the province of Granada, Andalusia, Spain , located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada
One of the founders of thermodynamics, Rudolf Clausius, was born. Rudolf Julius Emanuel Clausius (January 2, 1822 – August 24, 1888), German physicist and mathematician , one of the main founders of thermodynamics.
Auburn Levier announced the discovery of ” Zhu Rongxing “. Zhu Rongxing (French: Vulcain; German: Vulkan; English: Vulcan), also known as Vulcan, is a planet that assumes to run between the Sun and Mercury, this 19th century holiday.
Chinese social activist and patriotic democrat Shen Xiru was born. Shen Yuru (1875-1963), the word Bingyi, No. Hengshan, male, Han nationality, Zhejiang Jiaxing, famous patriotic democrats, Chinese jurists , political activists, former chairman of the NLD Central Committee.
Chinese newspaper family history volume was born. Shi Liangcai (1880 – 1934), famous home repair, Nanjing , Jiangsu , famous reporter. In 1912, he served as the general manager of the “Declaration”, and on November 13, 1934, he died in the assassination of the Kuomintang spies.
American science fiction writer Isaac Asimov was born. One of the most famous science writers, science fiction writers, literary critic, biologist, chemist, and representative of the golden age of American science fiction. Asimov is alive.
Japanese mystery novelist Morimura Seiichi was born. Japanese famous Mystery fiction writer , and Akimitsu Takagi, Edogawa Rampo , Zuoye Yang , and Seishi Yokomizo saying Japan reasoning literary five tiger . Morimura Seiichi has stood out since the 1960s.
Chinese People’s Volunteers Warriors Luo Shengjia passed away. Luo Shengjiao, formerly known as Luo Yucheng, born in 1931 in Hunan Province, Xinhua County Chun on the town (formerly Matsuyama Township) Tongzi village . In the winter of 1945, Luo Yucheng went to the town of Ganli County (now Jishou) uncle Luo Di.
US Stardust Space Detector returns to Earth. The Stardust is an inter-planetary spacecraft launched by the United States. Its main purpose is to probe the comet of Wilt II and its burst components. It was launched by NASA on February 9, 1999.
The world’s first interstellar detector, Moon 1 launch. The world’s first moon detector, the Moon One, entered the orbit around the sun. The Moon One nicknamed “Dream”, which was successfully launched at the Baikonur launch site in the Soviet Union, immediately left Earth orbit and became the first spacecraft to be successfully launched by humans to get rid of the Earth’s gravitational field.
China and Uzbekistan establish diplomatic relations. The Republic of Uzbekistan ( Uzbek : Oʻzbekiston Respublikasi), referred to as Uzbekistan , is a landlocked country in Central Asia , from the former Soviet Union in 1991.
Chinese agricultural educator Zhou Mingxi passed away. Zhou Mingxi (1907—2005) used to be named Zhou Shengdi and Zhou Shengji, from Hai’an County, Jiangsu Province. It is a famous agricultural entomologist and agricultural educator in China, and is a modern agricultural entomology in China.
Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Bill Scout died. Bill Skate (September 26, 1952 – January 2, 2006), former Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (1997-1999).
Hamas senior leader Nizar Layan died. Nizar Rayan, senior leader of the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas). Born in Jabalia in the Gaza Strip on March 6, 1959 , he worked in Saudi Arabia.
US Army 101st Airborne Division Richard Winters died. Richard D. “Dick” Winters (January 21, 1918 – January 2, 2011) Major, a US Army veteran, in the second.
- The Rama VI bridge was destroyed by the Allied aircraft bombing. Rama 6 Bridge in Thailand that a Japanese railroad carrier during the Great East Asian War or World War.
- The State Railway of Thailand opened in the Southern Railway route to connect with the Malaysian border between Bangkok Noi-Padang Besar station.