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February 19

What happened on February 19?

Seal (*1963) sings us into this day with his soothing voice. We usually don’t trust singing animals much, but for this one we make an exception. Thank you for all the emotions!

We have a day of inventions and exploration. Kicking off with none other than famous astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus (*1473). Tough crowd, being a scientist in medieval times.

Also tough, but more because of the conditions in which he was traveling, was life for Swedish explorer Sven Hedin (*1865).

And Thomas Edison patented his phonograph in 1878 on this day.
We suggest you kick-start yours, listen to some Seal songs and enjoy a bowl of Kellogg’s cereals. This iconic brand was founded in 1906.



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What happened on February 19?

Birthdays February 19

Seal
Nicolaus Copernicus
Sven Hedin

Events February 19

Thomas Edison patented his phonograph

Companies founded February 19

Kellogg’s