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    NASA Embarrassment: 2010 Calendar Errors

    Link: NASA Calendar 2010

    Errors found:

    January 1, 2010: Wednesday.
    February has 30 days.
    April has 31 days.
    December 1, 2010 is listed as New Years Day.
    Challenger was lost on 28 December.
    Columbia was lost on 1 November.
    Sputnik 1 was launched on 4 March.
    Yuri Gagarin's flight was on 12 September.
    Spring begins on 20 October 2010.

    There could be others...

    Blog: NASA Watch: Confusing Calendar

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    Is that for real??

    Christmas day is on the 25th January!!!!

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    Winter Solsticeó Winter begins: Tuesday January 21 2010.

    I have read an explanation for this: It [apparently] is to do with duplexing: Selecting the two sided printing option, we are told, sorts all of the errors out[?]

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    Priceless.

    Calenders? Not exactly rocket science!

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