September 11th celebrates Make Your Bed Day and No News Is Good News Day.
We’re now on the 254th day of the year, and have 111 days left.
Everyone who was born on September 11 shares the zodiac sign of Virgo.
One of the worst disasters in human history happened on this day, September 11 has truly changed the lives of people around the world. Here we’re going to look at other events that happened on this day throughout history, both good and bad. #NeverForget
Did you know that on this day in 1977, the video game console Atari 2600 was released? It was hugely successful and led to the creation of Activision and other third-party game developers.
Keep reading for more facts about September 11th in history!
What Happened On September 11 In History?
NASA revealed that water vapor was discovered in the atmosphere of an Earth-size planet, the exoplanet K2-18b.
K2-18b is a super-Earth that's about 111 light-years away from our solar system. It was discovered in 2015 by NASA's Kepler spacecraft. Astronomers say it's "the best candidate for habitability that we know right now."
Two planes crashed into the World Trade Towers in New York City.
On this day, four terrorist attacks by al-Qaeda were performed in the United States. Almost 3,000 lives were lost, more than 20,000 people were injured, and $10 billion in damages was caused. The 9/11 attacks became the worst terror attack in history.
The Destruction of Santiago occurred when the Spanish conquistadors and the Mapuche-Picunche tribes had a confrontation.
Santiago, Chile's capital, was destroyed when around 10,000 natives came from the forests to attack the city, which the Spanish colonials had taken. Although the Spanish only lost two men, 15 horses, almost all men were injured. The worst loss was when half the town burned to the ground from a fire caused by the natives.
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