miércoles, 31 de diciembre de 2008

Uh uh 2009

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2009 has been designated as:

International Year of Astronomy.[1][2]
International Year of Natural Fibres.[3]
International Year of Reconciliation.[4]
The Year of the Ox (by the Chinese calendar)

January - Banning of incandescent lightbulbs starts in Ireland.[9]
January - The final Nimitz class aircraft carrier, named the USS George H. W. Bush, will be commissioned.
January - The United States Mint will follow the 50 State Quarters program by minting quarters in honor of Washington, D.C. Coins for Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the US Virgin Islands, and the Northern Mariana Islands[10] will follow every eight weeks throughout the year.[11]
January 1 - A new constitution for the Falkland Islands goes into effect.[12]
January 1 - The 2009 NHL Winter Classic will be held at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois between the host Chicago Blackhawks and the visiting Detroit Red Wings.[13]
January 1 - The Portuguese Language Orthographic Agreement of 1990 (a spelling reform for the Portuguese language) will go into effect. [14] [15]
January 3 - 111th United States Congress begins. A new delegate will be added for the Northern Mariana Islands.
January 8 - The BCS National Championship Game 2009 will be held at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida.[16]
January 9 - Mahmoud Abbas's term as President of the Palestinian National Authority will end.
January 15 - International Year of Astronomy 2009 Opening Ceremony at UNESCO HQ, Paris, France.[17]
January 20 - Inauguration of Barack Obama and Joe Biden respectively as the 44th President of the United States and the 47th Vice-President of the United States [[Pr, at 12:00 noon EST (17:00 UTC).
January 25 - The 57th NHL All-Star Game will be held in Montreal, Quebec.
January 26 - Annular solar eclipse.[18]
January 26 - Possession of "Extreme pornography" will become illegal in the United Kingdom.[19]

[edit] February
February - The NASA's Dawn spacecraft will flyby Mars for data and gravitational assist en route to Vesta and Ceres.[20]
February 1 - The International Cospas-Sarsat Satellite System will stop monitoring for 121.5 MHz and 243 MHz (Class B) signals from distress radiobeacons.[21]
February 1 - Super Bowl XLIII will take place in Tampa, Florida.[22]
February 2–15 - The FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2009 will take place in Val-d'Isère, France.[23]
February 8 - The 51st Annual Grammy Awards will be held at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
February 12 - Celebration of Abraham Lincoln's 200th birthday in the United States. The Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission has scheduled a series of events in Washington, D.C.
February 12 - Darwin Day, the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin. Events are already being planned at the London Natural History Museum.
February 12 - On STS-119, the Space Shuttle Discovery will deliver and install the fourth starboard truss segment on the International Space Station.[24]
February 13 - The Unix time number reaches 1234567890 seconds at 23:31:30 UTC.
February 14 - Lithuania will celebrate the millennium of its name.
February 15 - The 2009 NBA All-Star Game will be held at the US Airways Center in Phoenix, Arizona.
February 15 - The 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will begin its 61st season with the 51st running of the Daytona 500 in Daytona Beach, FL.
February 17 - Analog television broadcasts will mostly end in the United States, as the Federal Communications Commission will require all full power stations to send their signals digitally.[25]
February 18–28 - The 2009 Winter Universiade will be held in Harbin, China.[26][27]
February 22 - The 81st Academy Awards will be held at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles, California.[28]

[edit] March
March - The United States will begin the first round of negotiations with the Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership countries on a possible free trade agreement.[29]
March 5 - The second World Baseball Classic will begin.
March 5 - NASA's Kepler Mission, a space photometer which will search for extrasolar planets in the Milky Way galaxy, will be launched.[24]
March 5–7 - The 2009 Rugby World Cup Sevens will be hosted by Dubai.
March 29 - The 60th FIA Formula One World Championship will begin in Melbourne, Australia.

[edit] April
April - Albania and Croatia are expected to join NATO.
April - The Women's Professional Soccer league will debut.[30]
April 2–5 - The 100 Hours of Astronomy begins. This is a cornerstone project of the International Year of Astronomy.[31]
April 4–6 - The 2009 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Final Four will be held at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan.[32]
April 13 - Citi Field, which will replace Shea Stadium as the home of the New York Mets, will open with a game against the San Diego Padres.
April 16 - The New York Yankees will open their new Yankee Stadium, located across the street from the original facility, against the Cleveland Indians.
April 24 - The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) and the LCROSS impactor will be launched to the Moon. Part of NASA's Lunar Precursor Robotic Program (LPRP).[24]

[edit] May
May - On STS-125, the Space Shuttle Atlantis will conduct the last servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope. It will be one of the most advanced missions in space.[33][34][35]
May - The UEFA Cup final will be held in Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey.
May - General Elections will be held in India.
May 2 - Presidential Election will take place in Indonesia.
May 3 - Parliamentary and Presidential Elections will take place in Panama.
May 12 - General election and referendum on electoral reform will take place in British Columbia, Canada.[36]
May 15 - On STS-127, the Space Shuttle Endeavour will deliver and install the Exposed Facility of Japan's Kibo laboratory on the International Space Station.[24]
May 16 - The Final of the 54th Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Moscow, Russia.[37]
May 25 - Triple conjunction of Jupiter and Neptune, Jupiter 24' south. First of three triple conjunctions of Jupiter and Neptune.
May 27 - UEFA Champions League Final will be held at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy.
May 30 - Rededication of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. Titled "Retrospective" the ceremony will recreate the program from the original May 30, 1922 ceremony.

[edit] June
June 4-7 - The European Parliament election 2009 will take place, the exact date varies depending on country.
June 7 - A referendum on changing the Act of Succession will be held in Denmark.
June 6–13 - The World Air Games will be held in Turin, Italy.[38]
June 14–28 - The FIFA Confederations Cup will be held in South Africa.[39]

[edit] July
July 1 - Sweden takes over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from the Czech Republic.
July 1–12 - The Summer Universiade will take place in Belgrade, Serbia.[40]
July 3–5 - The Global Conference on Abraham Lincoln at St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford.
July 11 - The Ares I-X test flight of the first stage of the Ares I launch vehicle, the crew launch vehicle of NASA's Constellation program.[24]
July 13 - Triple conjunction of Jupiter and Neptune, Jupiter 37' south. Second of three triple conjunctions of Jupiter and Neptune.
July 14 - 2009 Major League Baseball All-Star Game will be held at the Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri.[41]
July 17 - Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince comes out in cinemas.
July 22 - Total solar eclipse. The longest lasting total solar eclipse of the 21st century.[42][43]
July 30 - On STS-128, the Space Shuttle Atlantis will use the MPLM Donatello to deliver experiment and storage racks to the International Space Station.[24]

[edit] August
August 23–30 - The 2009 World Rowing Championships regatta will be held at the Lake Malta in Poznań, Poland.
[{August]] - The 30th Anniversary of the foundation of the Puerto Rico Statehood Students Association.

[edit] September
September - The Burj Dubai in Dubai, UAE will be completed. It is already the tallest man-made structure ever built.[44][45]
September 12 - TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities will open against the Air Force Academy.
September 14 - Parliamentary election in Norway.
September 27 - Federal election in Germany.
September 29 - The NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft will make its final flyby of Mercury, decreasing the velocity for orbital insertion on March 18, 2011.[46]

[edit] October
October - The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom will be opened.[47]
October - Presidential elections in Tunisia.
October 2 - The host city of the 2016 Summer Olympics will be announced at the 121st Session (which will also be the XIIIth Olympic Congress) of the International Olympic Committee to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark.
October 10 - The "Conference on Precession and Ancient Knowledge" (CPAK) will be held at the National Academy of Sciences Beckman Center at the University of California, Irvine.
October 15 - On STS-129, the Space Shuttle Discovery will deliver integral components including gyroscopes, tank assemblies, and a spare latching end effector for the station's robotic arm to the International Space Station.[24]
October 25 - Presidential Elections in Uruguay.

[edit] November
November - Singapore will host the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum.
November - Presidential Elections in Romania.
November - The retail sale of incandescent light bulbs will be banned in Australia.[48]
November - The NASA's WISE mission will be launched. It will survey the entire sky in the infrared with far greater sensitivity than any previous mission ever has, over hundreds of millions of astronomical objects will be catalogued.[24]
November 29 - Presidential Elections in Honduras.
November 30 - Vancouver, Canada will open the Canada Line rapid transit line connecting Vancouver with Richmond, British Columbia and the Vancouver International Airport.
November 30 – December 11 - The UNFCCC's COP15 Copenhagen 2009 conference will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark.[49]

[edit] December
December 10 - On STS-130, the Space Shuttle Endeavour will deliver and install the Node 3 and the Cupola on the International Space Station.[24]
December 11 - Presidential election in Chile.
December 12 - The Oasis of the Seas cruise ship will make its maiden voyage. When completed it will be the largest passenger ship ever built, carrying 5,400 passengers.[50][51]
December 20 - Triple conjunction of Jupiter and Neptune, Jupiter 34' south. Last of three triple conjunctions of Jupiter and Neptune.
December 29 - Ellet's Team reach more than 1200 Arena Rating
December 31 - The deadline for implementation of the controversial United States legislation REAL ID Act.[52][53]

[edit] Unknown dates
Apple, Inc. will release another update of their operating system, Mac OS X v10.6 "Snow Leopard".
Asunción, the capital of Paraguay, will be the American Capital of Culture.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Ukraine and Georgia hope to join NATO program Membership Action Plan, the last step before full membership.
Completion of the Metro Gold Line (LACMTA) Expansion and the Expo Line in Los Angeles, California.
Completion of the Three Gorges Dam in China.
Completion of the Virgin Galactic Spaceport in New Mexico, United States.
East African Community to implement a common currency called the East African shilling.
First flight of the SpaceX Dragon commercial manned orbital spacecraft.
Intel will release as many as five new microprocessor variants of the Nehalem microarchitecture throughout the year. The Beckton variant may have as many as eight cores.
A restart of the Large Hadron Collider is scheduled for summer 2009. The LHC was shut down on 19 September 2008 after problems with a magnet quench.
New Zealand will stop the sales of incandescent light bulbs.
Next award of the Sylvester Medal.
Opening of Tseung Kwan O South Line, MTR, Hong Kong.
Possible launch of the KEO satellite time capsule. If it is not launched in 2009, it will be launched in 2010.
Possible start of construction for a fixed-guideway mass transit system for Honolulu.
RFSA's Phobos-Grunt, sample return from Phobos.
Tesla Motors will mass produce the Tesla Model S, its second electric car.
The completion of the Sound Transit Central Link Light Rail system in Seattle.
The Boeing 747-8 will achieve entry into service (EIS).
The Compact of Free Association between the United States and Palau expires.
The final phase of the L.A. Live project will be completed, including a 54-story Ritz-Carlton/JW Marriott hotel and the 14-screen West Coast flagship theatre multiplex operated by the Regal Entertainment Group.
The Dallas Cowboys New Stadium will be inaugurated.
The Greenville Bridge will open to traffic.
The United Kingdom will continue a 5-year process to cease analog television broadcasts region-by-region, with Granada, HTV Wales and Westcountry Television.[54]
The University of Greenland will move into a new research complex called Llimmarfik.
Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is going to be the European Capital of Culture.
Western Australia will vote on the controversial topic of daylight saving time.
World Trade Center Tower 5 will have its groundbreaking ceremony in New York City.
Australia will begin turning off Analogue TV.

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Feliz anio nuevo

martes, 23 de diciembre de 2008

Donde esta bruno?

Fa la la la la

No puedo postear mucho asi que por ahora esto sera. bruno

PD: esto tambien esta en boink!

lunes, 1 de diciembre de 2008

Rick Roll'd

Para aquellos que saben que es ser 'Rick Rolleado' este es el Rick Roll mas grande en vivo hasta ahora (al parecer) y sucedió en medio del desfile de Macy's por el día de Acción de Gracias. Ah, Rick Astley y los amigos imaginarios de la mansión Foster, ¿qué podría ser mejor?

Never gonna give you up