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Significant Events People and Fun Facts - 1958 -The Last Earth Dog Year

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Technology

The Microchip co-invented by Jack Kilby of Texas Instruments and Robert Noyce of Fairchild Semiconductors later developed and marketed in US by Intel

Arthur L. Schawlow and Charles H. Townes of Bell Laboratories publish a paper in Physical Review Letters setting out the principles of the optical laser.

Television Remote Control is invented by Zenith Corp.

US Nuclear Submarine " Nautilus " passes under Ice Cap at North Pole
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The US Military says it will be possible for satellites orbiting the earth to make detailed maps from space

Gordon Gould invents the Laser

The first successful American satellite, Explorer 1, is launched into orbit.

The United States launches the Vanguard 1 satellite.

The United States Army launches Explorer 3

Explorer program: Explorer 4 is launched.

The U.S. Congress formally creates the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

The Soviet Union launches Sputnik 3.

An F-104 Starfighter sets a world speed record of 1,404.19 mph .

The nuclear-powered submarine USS Nautilus becomes the first vessel to cross the North Pole under water.

Two rockets designed by German engineer Ernst Mohr (the first German post-war rockets) reach the upper atmosphere.

BOAC uses the new De Havilland Comet jets, to become the first airline to fly jet passenger services across the Atlantic.

Pioneer 1, the second and most successful of the 3 project Able space probes, becomes the first spacecraft launched by the newly formed NASA.

The United States launches SCORE, the world's first communications satellite.

The Bell XV-3 Tiltrotor makes the first true mid-air transition from vertical helicopter-type flight to fully level fixed-wing flight.

Earth's magnetosphere is discovered.


Popular Culture and Entertainment

The Wham-O company introduces the Hula Hoop; over 100 million are sold.

The Broadway musical "My Fair Lady" opens in London, with Rex Harrison as Professor Higgins, and Julie Andrews playing Eliza Doolittle

The 30th Academy Awards ceremony takes place; The Bridge on the River Kwai wins seven awards, including Academy Award for Best Picture.

Actor-singer Paul Robeson, whose passport has been reinstated, sings in a sold-out one-man recital at Carnegie Hall. The recital is such a success that Robeson gives another one at Carnegie Hall a few days later; but, after this, Robeson is seldom seen in public in the United States again. His Carnegie Hall concerts are later released on records and on CD.

President Dwight D. Eisenhower becomes the first American elected official to be broadcast on color television.

Pizza Hut is founded.

Vladimir Nabokov's controversial novel Lolita is published in the United States.

The bossa nova is born in Rio de Janeiro, with João Gilberto's recording of Chega de Saudade.

The Jim Henson Company is founded.

Popular Films

The Bridge on the River Kwai
South Pacific
Gigi
King Creole
Vertigo

Popular Singers

Elvis Presley
Billie Holiday
Ricky Nelson
Frank Sinatra
The Everly Brothers
Ella Fitzgerald
Jerry Lee Lewis


Popular TV Programs

Candid Camera
The Ed Sullivan Show
Come Dancing
The Jack Benny Show
Panorama
Alfred Hitchcock Presents

Billboard's Top Four 45's

1 Domenico Modugno Volare (Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu)
2 Everly Brothers All I Have To Do Is Dream / Claudette
3 Elvis Presley Don't / I Beg Of You
4 David Seville Witch Doctor


SOME IMPORTANT EVENTS

The European Economic Community (EEC) comes into being.

Edmund Hillary's Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition completes the third overland journey to the South Pole, and the first to use powered vehicles.

Sputnik 1 (launched on October 4, 1957) falls to Earth from its orbit and burns up.

14-year-old Bobby Fischer wins the United States Chess Championship.

The first of Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts with the New York Philharmonic is telecast by CBS. The Emmy-winning series (one concert approximately every three months except for the summer) will run for more than fourteen years. It will make Bernstein's name a household word, and the most famous conductor in the U.S.

Godtfred Kirk Christiansen files a patent for the iconic plastic Lego brick. From its foundation, his company will make 400 billion Lego elements

A peace symbol is designed and completed by Gerald Holtom, commissioned by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, in protest against the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment.

The U.S. Army inducts Elvis Presley, transforming The King Of Rock & Roll into U.S. Private #53310761

iUnemployment in Detroit reaches 20%, marking the height of the Recession of 1958 in the United States.

The BBC Radiophonic Workshop is established.

Castro's revolutionary army begins its attacks on Havana.

In the first protest march for Nuclear Disarmament from Hyde Park, London to Aldermaston, Berkshire, demonstrators demand the banning of nuclear weapons.

King Baudouin of Belgium officially opens the world's fair in Brussels, also known as Expo 58. The Atomium forms the centrepiece.

Chinese Civil War: The Second Taiwan Strait Crisis begins with the People's Liberation Army's bombardment of Quemoy.

President of the United States Dwight D. Eisenhower signs the Federal Aviation Act, transferring all authority over aviation in the USA to the newly created Federal Aviation Agency (FAA)

Operation Argus: The United States begins nuclear tests over the South Atlantic.

Beginning of Great Chinese Famine.

The Life Peerages Act entitles women to sit in the British House of Lords for the first time.

First transatlantic flight of a Pan American World Airways Boeing 707.

The new UNESCO building is inaugurated in Paris.

The right-wing John Birch Society is founded in the United States by Robert W. Welch Jr., a retired candy manufacturer.

The 3rd Soviet Antarctic Expedition becomes the first ever to reach the Southern Pole of Inaccessibility.


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