2019

2019
MMXIX

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2019
Dødsfald - Fødsler

• Begivenheder • Film • Litteratur • Musik • Politik • Sport

2019 i andre kalendere
Gregoriansk kalender2019
MMXIX
Ab urbe condita2772
Armensk kalender1468
ԹՎ ՌՆԿԸ
Kinesiske kalender4715 – 4716
戊戌 – 己亥
Etiopisk kalender2011 – 2012
Jødisk kalender5779 – 5780
Hindukalendere
- Vikram Samvat2074 – 2075
- Shaka Samvat1941 – 1942
- Kali Yuga5120 – 5121
Iransk kalender1397 – 1398
Islamisk kalender1441 – 1442


2019 (MMXIX) begyndte på en tirsdag. Påsken faldt dette år den 21. april


Se også 2019 (tal)

Begivenheder

Januar

  • 2. januar - en voldsom storm (Alfrida) med vindstyrke på 32,7 meter i sekundet får en godsvogn fra DB til at falde af og forsage en voldsom togulykke, da den kollidere med et IC4 fra DSB. Der omkommer 8 mennesker den dag

Februar

  • 26. februar - Danmark tangerer varmerekorden i februar med 15,8 °C målt i Aarhus Lufthavn

Marts

April

Maj

Juni

August

September

Oktober

  • 28. oktober - Datoen for Brexit bliver igen udskudt til 1. februar 2020.
  • 31. oktober - Radiokanalen Radio24syv lukker efter et tabt bud om en DAB-kanal.
  • 31. oktober - Oliekoncernen DONG energy lukker til fordel for Ørsted

November

December

Dødsfald

Oktober

  • 27. oktober - Lederen af Islamisk Stat Abu Dakr al-Baghdadi dør.
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Personer

Nobelprisen

Film

Billeder


Noter

  1. ^ "Metro Cityringen". Arkiveret fra originalen 9. oktober 2016. Hentet 17. juli 2017.
  2. ^ von Staffeldt og Suk Thorlacius, Elias og Casper (20. november 2015). "Kronprinsessen lægger navn til ny bro". Sjællandske. Arkiveret fra originalen 21. november 2015. Hentet 22. november 2015.
  3. ^ Royal Astronomical Society of New Zealand – Transits of Mercury and Venus Arkiveret 15. april 2008 hos Wayback Machine (engelsk)
  4. ^ The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2019, nobelprize.org, arkiveret fra originalen 23. maj 2020, hentet 7. oktober 2019
  5. ^ The Nobel Prize in Physics 2019, nobelprize.org, arkiveret fra originalen 2. oktober 2018, hentet 8. oktober 2019
  6. ^ The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2019, nobelprize.org, arkiveret fra originalen 21. maj 2020, hentet 11. oktober 2019
  7. ^ The Nobel Prize in Literature 2019, nobelprize.org, arkiveret fra originalen 26. september 2019, hentet 11. oktober 2019
  8. ^ Nobels Fredspris for 2019 (norsk), www.nobelprize.org, arkiveret fra originalen 11. oktober 2019, hentet 11. oktober 2019
  9. ^ The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2019, nobelprize.org, arkiveret fra originalen 21. maj 2020, hentet 14. oktober 2019

Eksterne henvisninger

Medier brugt på denne side

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On December 2, 2001 Lindh was transfered to American custody he was given basic first aid and then questioned for a week at Mazari Sharif, before taking him to Camp Rhino on December 7, 2001[1][2] When Lindh arrived at Camp Rhino his clothes were taken off and he was restrained to a stretcher, blindfolded and placed in a metal shipping container. While bound to the stretcher his picture was taken by American military personnel.[3] While at Camp Rhino he was heavily medicated (antibiotics and pain medication) and in severe pain from a bullet in his leg. On at least one occasion he was interrogated (asked questions) while naked, but covered with a blanket. On December 8 and 9th he was interviewed by the FBI.[2] He was held at Camp Rhino until he was transfered to USS Peleliu on December 14, 2001[4]
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A concept image (CGI model and photo background) of a Crew Exploration Vehicle performing an earth landing. [1]
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Apollo 17 mission, 12 December 1972.

Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, commander, makes a short checkout of the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) during the early part of the first Apollo 17 Extravehicular Activity (EVA-1) at the Taurus-Littrow landing site. This view of the "stripped down" LRV is prior to loading up. Equipment later loaded onto the LRV included the ground-controlled television assembly, the lunar communications relay unit, hi-gain antenna, low-gain antenna, aft tool pallet, lunar tools and scientific gear. This photograph was taken by scientist-astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt, lunar module pilot. The mountain in the right background is the east end of South Massif. While astronauts Cernan and Schmitt descended in the Lunar Module (LM) "Challenger" to explore the Moon, astronaut Ronald E. Evans, command module pilot, remained with the Command and Service Modules (CSM) "America" in lunar-orbit.

N.B: Original NASA caption.