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April 2 is the 92th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (93th if leap year). It 273 days before the end of the year.


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Death of Pope John Paul II

(April, 2 2005)
Pope John Paul II died on April 2, 2005 at the age of 84. He was elected pope in 1978 and became one of the most influential pontiffs in the history of the Catholic Church. He worked for peace and reconciliation around the world and was also an advocate for the Church's doctrine on morality and ...

Launch of the Voyager 1 spacecraft

(April, 2 1977)
NASA launched the Voyager 1 spacecraft from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Voyager 1's mission was to study the giant planets of the solar system, but it also became the first spacecraft to leave the solar system in 2012.

Election of Kemal Ataturk

(April, 2 1923)
Kemal Ataturk was elected president of the Turkish Republic. He played a major role in the founding of the Turkish Republic after the fall of the Ottoman Empire and worked to modernize Turkey and turn it into a secular and democratic nation.


There is no saying for this day!


Sign of the Zodiac: 13th day of the astrological sign of Aries.