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  1. 2007 fue un año común comenzado en lunes según el calendario gregoriano, y fue designado como: El Año del Cerdo , según el horóscopo chino . El Año Internacional en un intento de profundizar y divulgar lo relacionado con la heliofísica que gobierna el Sol , la Tierra y la heliosfera .

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    [15] March 19 – The first solar eclipse of the year 2007 is a partial solar eclipse occurring just 0.7 days before perigee, making it very large. The Moon covers 87.558% of the Sun. In this partial solar eclipse, the best visibility occurs at 61º02'55" N, 55º28'04" E. It is the 20th solar eclipse of Solar Saros series 149, at ascending node.

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    • Nobel Prize Winners

    January

    1. January 1 – Bulgaria and Romania join the European Union. 2. January 1 – Bulgarian, Romanian, and Irishbecome official languages of the European Union, joining 20 other official languages. 3. January 1 – Slovenia adopted the Euro as its official currency, replacing the tolar. 4. January 1 – South Korea's Ban Ki-moon became the new UN Secretary-General, replacing Kofi Annan. 5. January 4 – Nancy Pelosi becomes the first woman Speaker of the Housein the United States. 6. January 12 – The US...

    February

    1. February 2 – An unseasonal tornado in central Floridakilled at least 20 people. 2. February 2 – A policeman was killed in the Catania football clashes in Italyand 71 people are hospitalized. 3. February 2 – Chinese President Hu Jintao signed a series of economic deals with Sudan. 4. February 3 – Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi cancelled all football matches in Italy whilst an investigation into riots on February 2began. 5. February 3 – Five people were killed and 40 were injured in a s...

    March

    1. March 4 – Parliamentary elections took place in Estonia and in Abkhazia. 2. March 6 – Mega Millions set a new world record for the highest jackpotof US$370 million. 3. March 7 – Garuda Indonesia Flight 200, a Boeing 737-400, crashed at Yogyakarta on the Indonesian island of Javakilling many on board. 4. March 7 – Northern Ireland Assembly election, 2007, was held. 5. March 8 – Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert admitted that Israel had planned an attack on Lebanon in the event of kidnapped...

    February 28 – Princess Lalla Khadija of Morocco, daughter of King Mohammed VI and Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco.
    March 5- Eugenia Louis Alphonse-daughter of Louis Alphonse, Duke of Anjou, and Venezuelen heiress Margarita Vargas Santaella.
    March 17 – Prince Abdul Muntaqim son of Al-Muhtadee Billah Bolkiah and Sarah Pengiran Salleh, the Crown Prince and Princess of Brunei.
    March 19 – Prince Abdullah bin Al Ali, son of Prince Ali bin Al Husseinand his wife, Rym Brahimi.

    January

    1. January 2 – Teddy Kollek, former Mayor of Jerusalem (b. 1911) 2. January 4 – Sandro Salvadore, Italian footballer (b. 1939) 3. January 4 – Marais Viljoen, South African politician (b. 1915) 4. January 5 – Momofuko Ando, Taiwanese businessman (b. 1910) 5. January 8 – Iwao Takamoto, American animator (b. 1925) 6. January 8 – Yvonne De Carlo, Canadian-American actress (b. 1922) 7. January 9 – Carlo Ponti, Italian movie producer (b. 1912) 8. January 19 – Bam Bam Bigelow, American professional...

    February

    1. February 1 – Gian Carlo Menotti, Italian opera composer (b. 1911) 2. February 7 – Alan MacDiarmid, New Zealand chemist (b. 1927) 3. February 8 – Anna Nicole Smith, American model (b. 1967) 4. February 9 – Ian Richardson, Scottish actor (b. 1934) 5. February 17 – Maurice Papon, French Nazi collaborator (b. 1910) 6. February 23 – Pascal Yoadimnadji, Prime Minister of Chad (b. 1950) 7. February 28 – Arthur Schlesinger Jr, American historian (b. 1917)

    March

    1. March 1 – Sydney Gun Munro, former Governor-General of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (b. 1916) 2. March 2 – Henri Troyat, French writer (b. 1911) 3. March 6 – Jean Baudrillard, French philosopher (b. 1929) 4. March 8 – John Inman, English actor (b. 1935) 5. March 9 – Brad Delp, American singer (b. 1951) 6. March 11 – Betty Hutton, American actress (b. 1921) 7. March 13 – Arnold Skaaland, American professional wrestler (b. 1925) 8. March 17 – John Backus, American computer scientist (b....

    Chemistry – Gerhard Ertl
    Economics – Leonid Hurwicz
    Economics – Eric S. Maskin
    Economics – Roger B. Myerson
    • Gobierno
    • Arte Y Entretenimiento
    • Deportes

    Poder ejecutivo

    1. Presidente: Felipe Calderón Hinojosa

    Poder legislativo

    1. Congreso de la unión: LX Legislatura

    Poder judicial

    1. Presidente de la Suprema Corte de Justicia: Guillermo I. Ortiz Mayagoitia.

    Cultura

    1. 13 de julio - Se cumple el primer centenario del nacimiento de Frida Kahlo, pintora mexicana.

    Literatura

    1. Los culpables, de Juan Villoro

    Música

    1. Belanova - Fantasía pop 2. María José - María José 3. Edith Márquez - Memorias del corazón 4. Emmanuel - Emmanuel retro en vivo 5. Gloria Trevi - Una rosa blu 6. Julieta Venegas - Realmente lo mejor 7. Los Alegres de la Sierra - Duele el amor 8. Los Alegres de la Sierra - Lágrimas en La Sierra 9. Lucero - Lucero en Vivo en el Auditorio Nacional 10. Molotov - Eternamiente 11. Panda - Sinfonía soledad 12. RBD - Empezar desde cero 13. Sin Bandera - Hasta ahora 14. Tatiana - Espapirifáctico 15...

    Ajedrez

    1. Campeonato Mundial de Ajedrez 2007 en la ciudad de México del 12 de septiembre al 1 de octubre. Viswanathan Anandse proclama campeón mundial.

    Futbol

    1. Pachuca se proclama campeón del Torneo Clausura 2007 y de la Copa de Campeones de la CONCACAF 2007. 2. 9 de diciembre Altante se proclama campeón del Torneo Apertura 2007 venciendo a los Pumas de la UNAM2-1 en el marcador global.

    Béisbol

    1. 31 de agosto - Sultanes de Monterrey se proclaman campeones de la Liga Mexicana de Béisbol 2007 al derrotar 4 juegos a 3 a los Leones de Yucatán.

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    Federal government

    1. President: George W. Bush (R-Texas) 2. Vice President: Dick Cheney (R-Wyoming) 3. Chief Justice: John Roberts (New York) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: Dennis Hastert (R-Illinois) (until January 3), Nancy Pelosi (D-California) (starting January 4) 5. Senate Majority Leader: Bill Frist (R-Tennessee) (until January 3), Harry Reid (D–Nevada) (starting January 3) 6. Congress: 109th (until January 3), 110th(starting January 3)

    January

    1. January 4 1.1. William J. Fallon succeeds Gen. John Abizaid as the head of Central Command in Iraq. 1.2. Nancy Pelosi becomes the first female Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. 2. January 9 2.1. War in Somalia: U.S. warplanes conduct air strikes in Somalia against suspected terrorists. 2.2. Steve Jobs publicly announces the release of the first iPhone. 3. January 10 – The Iraq War troop surgebegins. 4. January 12 – The U.S. Embassy in Athens is attacked with a rocket p...

    February

    1. February 2 – An unseasonal tornado in central Floridakills 21 people. 2. February 10 – Senator Barack Obama of Illinois declares his candidacy for President of the United States of America. 3. February 12 – Gunman Sulejman Talović shoots and kills five people at the Trolley Square Mall in Salt Lake City, Utah, before being killed by the police, bringing the evening's rampage death toll to six. 4. February 25 – The 79th Academy Awards ceremony, hosted by Ellen DeGeneres, is held at Kodak Th...

    March

    1. March 6 – Mega Millions sets a new world record for the highest lottery jackpot of $370 million. 2. March 15 – Rebecca Klein is murdered in Villa Park, Illinois by her domestic partner Nicole Abusharif. Klein was bound and suffocated, with the perpetrator standing to benefit from a life insurance payout as a result of the crime. 3. March 16 – For the first time in the 23-year history of the modern version of the popular gameshow, Jeopardy!, a three-way tie occurs. 4. March 23 – Walt Disney...

    February 7 – Jason Liang, chess master
    February 9 – Zaila Avant-garde, first African-American winner of the Scripps National Spelling Bee
    March 25 – Cailey Fleming, actress
    May 26 – Adam Toledo, notable victim of a police shooting (d. 2021)

    January

    1. January 1 1.1. Ernie Koy, baseball player (b. 1909) 1.2. Darrent Williams, American football player and murder victim (b. 1982) 1.3. Julius Hegyi, conductor (b. 1923) 1.4. Tad Jones, music historian (b. 1952) (injuries from a fall) 1.5. Del Reeves, country singer (b. 1932) 2. January 2 – Robert C. Solomon, philosopher, author, and academic (b. 1942) 3. January 4 3.1. Steve Krantz, film producer (b. 1923) 3.2. Bob Milliken, baseball player (b. 1926) 4. January 6 – Mario Danelo, college foot...

    February

    1. February 1 1.1. Ray Berres, baseball player (b. 1907) 1.2. Emery Bopp, artist and art teacher (b. 1924) 2. February 2 – Eric Von Schmidt, folk musician (b. 1931) 3. February 4 3.1. Steve Barber, baseball player (b. 1937) 3.2. Barbara McNair, actress (b. 1934) 4. February 6 4.1. Frankie Laine, singer, songwriter, and actor (b. 1913) 4.2. Willye White, Olympic track and field athlete (b. 1939) 5. February 7 5.1. Tommy James, football player (b. 1923) 5.2. Ken Kennedy, computer scientist (b....

    March

    1. March 4 1.1. Thomas Eagleton, politician (b. 1929) 1.2. Bob Hattoy, activist (b. 1950) 2. March 6 – Allen Coage, professional wrestler (b. 1943) 3. March 8 – Christopher Barrios Jr., murder victim (b. 2001) 4. March 9 – Brad Delp, singer (Boston) (b. 1951) 5. March 10 5.1. Ernie Ladd, American football player and professional wrestler (b. 1938) 5.2. Richard Jeni, stand-up comedian (b. 1957) 6. March 11 – Betty Hutton, actress (b. 1921) 7. March 19 – Calvert DeForest, actor and comedian (b....

  3. Microsoft Office 2007 es una versión de la suite ofimática Microsoft Office de Microsoft y sucesora de Microsoft Office 2003.

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