What big events happened in 2003?
What Happened in 2003 Significant Events, Popular Culture, Prices
- Human Genome Project.
- United States – Space Shuttle Columbia Disaster.
- United Kingdom — Ronaldo’s Manchester United Debut.
- World – Final Concorde Flight.
- Space – Oldest Exoplanet Found.
- ESA Launches SMART-1.
- China — Shenzhou 5.
What was special about the year 2003?
1. US space shuttle Columbia crashes. The US spaceshuttle Columbia disintegrated and crashed in Texas before its intended return to the ground, killing all seven astronauts on board. The United States launches war on Iraq and Saddam captured on Dec.
What major world events happened in 2004?
What Happened in 2004 Significant News Events, Popular Culture, History Prices
- Greece — Summer Olympics.
- Strongest earthquake in 40 years.
- United States – Mars Spirit Rover.
- EU undergoes it’s largest expansion so far.
- Space – Cassini-Huygens Probe.
- Boston Red Sox win the World Series.
- NASA Launches Gravity Probe B.
What sports events happened in 2003?
Sporting Highlights for 2003
|Jan||Tennis Australia Open won by Andre Agassi and Serena Williams|
|Feb||Super Bowl held in San Diego won by Tampa Bay|
|April||Golf Masters won by Mike Weir|
|May||Tennis French Open won by Juan Carlos Ferrero and Justine Henin (Belgium)|
Who was famous in 2003?
Kardashian-West’s Hollywood coming out, here are some of the celebrities that were most popular in 2003.
- Jennifer Aniston. First off, does this woman age?
- Oprah Winfrey.
- Uma Thurman.
- Rebecca Romijn.
- Elisha Cuthbert.
- Mandy Moore.
- Tiger Woods.
What did things cost in 2003?
Prices of Things in August 2003
|1 gallon of gas||$1.79|
|1 gallon of milk||$3.19|
|120 GB Hard Drive (7200rpm)||$97|
|2003 Saturn L200 Sedan||$18,345|
What was invented in the 2000s?
In 2000, camera phones officially became commercially available. While a number of big electronics companies began rolling out their own versions, Sharp’s J-SH04 was the first to the market. With a CCD sensor, the phone let users take images on the go and had a “Sha Mail” infrastructure, also known today as MMS.