November 14th observes Pickle Day and Loosen Up, Lighten Up Day.
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Those of you who were born on November 14th share the Scorpio zodiac sign.
November 14 has been an important day of the year throughout history. Here you’re going to learn why as we discover some interesting facts and events that all happened on this day throughout history.
Did you know that on this day in 2018, the discovery of an Earth-like planet 3.2 times bigger than our planet was announced? The planet was named “Barnard’s Star b,” and it takes 233 days to orbit its host star.
Keep reading for more facts about November 14th in history!
What Happened On November 14 In History?
The discovery of an Earth-like planet 3.2 times bigger than our planet was announced.
Called Barnard's Star b, it is the second closest exoplanet from us, at six light years away. It's not the most inviting planet at it's a somewhat dark and frozen place.
Louis Timothee became America’s first paid librarian.
Benjamin Franklin appointed Louis Timothee as the first salaried librarian in the American colonies at the Library Company of Philadelphia on this day. Timothee worked every Wednesday and Thursday and was paid every trimester a total of three pounds sterling.
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