th is also known as Forgive Mom & Dad Day and Awkward Moments Day.
Today marks day 77 of the year, and we have 288 days left of the year.
Those of you who were born on March 18
th share the Pisces star sign.
This day over the years has changed the world in many areas such as religion, space, languages and our delicate environment. Here you’ll find out what makes this day so amazing.
Did you know that on this day in 1965, cosmonaut Alexey Leonov made the first spacewalk? He was outside the Voskhod 2 spacecraft for 12 minutes.
Keep reading for more facts about March 18
th in history! What Happened On March 18 In History? Wayne Rooney apologized to a 9-year-old fan after accidentally breaking his wrist.
The UK government recognized British Sign Language (BSL) as an official language.
Donna Summer received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
$500 million worth of art was stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, US.
It is known as the largest US art robbery in history and none of the pieces have been recovered. There is a $10 million reward for information leading to their return!
Cosmonaut Alexey Leonov made the first spacewalk when left his Voskhod 2 spacecraft.
The Pedaliante, a human-powered aircraft, successfully flew 0.62 miles (1 km) in Milan, Italy.
The first public Bat Mitzvah was held in New York City. It was for a girl named Judith Kaplan.
Mahatma Gandhi was sentenced to six years in prison for his civil disobedience during a protest.
The Lake Merritt Wild Duck Refuge became the first US wildlife sanctuary.
The Portage Railroad Line in Pennsylvania built the first railroad tunnel in the US.
The tunnel stretches 275 m long and cost almost $2 million USD.