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  1. The Marine Corps Birthday is celebrated every year on 10 November in a cake-cutting ceremony where the first slice of cake is given to the oldest Marine present, who in turn hands it off to the youngest Marine present. The celebration includes a reading of Commandant Lejeune's Birthday Message.[

  2. The last transit of Mercury until 2032 occurs on 11 November 2019. The tiny black disc of Mercury, just 10 arc seconds across, will take about five and a half hours to pass across the Sun

  3. After Fallout 4 was released on midnight of November 10, Pornhub had 10% traffic drop among gamers. The site's vice president said they would have done the same

  4. In his early years he was homeschooled in the classics by his mother and in November 1841 at the age of 10 he entered Edinburgh Academy.

  5. Mating season of chinstrap penguins takes place during November and December. They construct round nest where female lays 2 eggs. Both parents participate in the incubation of eggs (shift usually lasts 5 to 10 days) during a period of 37 days.

  6. While on a pilgrimage with his youngest daughter Aleksandra on November 20th, 1910 Leo Tolstoy died. He left behind his wife Sofya and 10 children.

  7. The last American killed during WW1 was Henry Gunther. WW1 officially ended with the signing of the armistice on November 11th at 11:00am. Henry Gunther was killed charging towards a German machine gun nest at 10:59am. German soldiers were shouting at Gunther to turn around and go back.

  8. Within 24 hours of its release on November 10, 2009, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 had sold 4.7 million copies and by March 12, 2010 it had sold more than 14 million copies.

  9. The allies fired the last artillery shell of WWI at exactly 10:57:30 AM on November 11, 1918, timed to land in the Verdun area just before the scheduled armistice at 11AM. Also, the very last casualty of the war occurred just 60 seconds before 11AM.

  10. Kermit the Frog's last appearance on Sesame Street was in an Elmo's World segment in the show's 40th-season premiere on November 10, 2009.

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The first major bitcoin transaction was made by man buying 2 pizzas for around 10,000BTC which would have been equal to $12,000,000 in November 2013.

The SS Edmund Fitzgerald was an American Great Lakes freighter that sank in a Lake Superior storm on November 10, 1975, with the loss of the entire crew of 29. When launched on June 8, 1958, she was the largest ship on North America's Great Lakes

On November 10, 1969: The youngest American on record to attempt to hijack a plane when a Delta Air Lines flight was hijacked by 14-year-old David Booth. A US Attorney declined to prosecute Booth saying that the federal government did not have facilities to handle prosecution of juveniles.

On November 10, 1983 Fred Korematsu stood in Court and said "I would like to see the government admit that they were wrong and do something about it so this will never happen again to any American citizen of any race, creed, or color." Referring to racism from governement

On November 7th typhoon Haiyan attained wind speeds of 145 miles per hour for 10 minutes and 195 miles per hour for sustained periods of one minute.

A hurricane that hit Charleston [South Carolina, USA] in 1752 caused a storm surge that nearly covered the entire present downtown area, according to one source. When the wind shifted, the water level fell 5 feet in 10 minutes," writes the United States Geological Survey on 13 November 2002.

Stuxnet, a malicious computer worm which was designed to sabotage the centrifuges of an Iranian uranium enrichment facility. A report stated that it it is reasonable to say that Stuxnet destroyed up to 1000 centrifuges (10 percent) sometime between November 2009 and late January 2010.

The United States Marine Corps' famous birthday celebration was first observed in 1921. Before the modern birthday date of 10 November, the Marines observed 11 July (the date of the refounding of the Corps) without an official ceremony