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Science Facts - March Month

1 March 1910
British Chemist Archer Martin (inventor of partition Chromatograph) was born.
3 March 1838
American Astronomer, George W. Hill (who plotted the Moon's Orbit) was born on this day.
3 March 1847
Mr. Alexander Graham Bell (Inventor of Telephone) was born on this day.
4 March 1754
Benjamin Waterhouse (inventor of Smallpox vaccine) was born on this day.
6 March 1869
Dmitri Mendeleev presents the first periodic table to the Russian Chemical Society.
7 March 1996
The Hubble Space Telescope took the first picture of the surface of Pluto.
8 March
International Women's Day (by UN).
8 March 1618
Johannes Kepler discovered the third law of Planetary Motion.
8 March 1886
American Chemist Edward Calvin Kendall (awarded the 1950 Nobel Prize for Physiology of Medicine for their work with the hormones of the adrenalin gland) was born.
9 March 1934
Uri Gagarin (world's first Astronaut) was born on this day.
10 March 1876
Mr. Alexander Grehambel experimented for the first time to talk on telephone with his assistant Botish on this day.
13 March 1781
Planet "Uranus" was discovered by well-known Astronomer Herschel.
14 March 1879
Sir Albert Einstein (discoverer of Theory of Relativity) was born on this day.
16 March 1918
Co-discoverer of the Neutrino and 1995 Nobel Prize winner, American Physicist Fredrick Reines was born.
16 March 1926
Robert Goddard launches the first liquid-fueled rocket, at Auburn, Massachusetts.
18 March 1965
Cosmonaut Alexey Leonov, leaving his spacecraft Voskhod 2 for 12 minute, become the first person to walk in space.
21 March
World Down Syndrome Day.
21 March 2023
It is the day when Day and Night time becomes equal.(Vernal Equinox)
22 March
World Day for Water.
23 March
World Meteorological Day (WMO).
24 March 1871
British Nuclear Physicist Earnest Rutherford is considered the father of Nuclear Physics and won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1908.
27 March 1845
Wilhelm Corned Rontgen (Noble prize winner & inventor of invisible 'X' rays) was born on this day.
29 March 1967
Making of world's biggest submarine "9 Redoubtable (S611)" by France, which is having weight of 7780 ton and length of 419 feet.
U.N. - United Nations, UNESCO – United Nations Educational Scientific & Cultural Organization