June 9th is Rosé Day & Donald Duck Day.
Today marks day 160 of the year, and we have 205 days left of the year.
Everyone who was born on June 9th shares the same star sign, Gemini.
June 9 saw the introduction of one of the most famous cartoons of all time on TV, but it’s also been an important day in history for war, politics and space exploration.
Did you know that on this day in 1934, Donald Duck came to public screens for the first time? His debut was in the film “The Wise Little Hen”.
Keep reading for more interesting facts about June 9th in history!
What Happened On June 9 In History?
Sci-fi movie “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier” was released in the US.
Soviet Space Program’s Vega 1 that was launched December 15, 1984 released a space probe on this day to enter Venus.
The probe successfully entered the planets atmosphere on June 11.
Dictator Efraín Rios Montt declared himself as the president of Guatemala.
British Parliament was broadcasted live.
On this day the House of Commons meeting was transmitted live on BBC Radio.
Major record label Columbia Records signed singer Bruce Springsteen.
Rock star, Paul McCartney’s “Ram” album went Gold.
The first ballistic missing sub was launched from Groton, Connecticut, US.
London Gatwick Airport was opened by Queen Elizabeth II.
The airport was also the world's first that combined air, road and rail travel from one location.
Donald Duck was first seen by the public on this day in “The Wise Little Hen.”
Robert Goddard was granted patent for rocket powered aircrafts.
The Church of England adopted the Book of Common Prayer.
Following the death of King Henry VIII, parliament passed the Act of Uniformity on January 29, 1549, stating that on June 9, the Book of Common Prayer must be adopted by the Church of England.