01 02 03 04 05
06 07 08 09 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31  
March 1, 1966: Venera 3 becomes first Earth object to land on Venus
March 1, 1966: Venera 3 becomes first Earth object to land on Venus
March 17, 1966: Studebaker production stops forever
March 17, 1966: Studebaker production stops forever
March 16, 1966: Gemini 8 accomplishes first docking in orbit
March 16, 1966: Gemini 8 accomplishes first docking in orbit
Gemini 8's Armstrong and Scott
Gemini 8's Armstrong and Scott

The following events occurred in March 1966:

March 1, 1966 (Tuesday)

March 2, 1966 (Wednesday)

March 3, 1966 (Thursday)

William "Fred Mertz" Frawley
William "Fred Mertz" Frawley
Alice "Gladys Kravitz" Pearce
Alice "Gladys Kravitz" Pearce

March 4, 1966 (Friday)

March 5, 1966 (Saturday)

March 6, 1966 (Sunday)

March 7, 1966 (Monday)

March 8, 1966 (Tuesday)

Nelson's Pillar
Nelson's Pillar

March 9, 1966 (Wednesday)

March 10, 1966 (Thursday)

March 11, 1966 (Friday)

March 12, 1966 (Saturday)

Bobby Hull
Bobby Hull

March 13, 1966 (Sunday)

March 14, 1966 (Monday)

March 15, 1966 (Tuesday)

March 16, 1966 (Wednesday)

March 17, 1966 (Thursday)

March 18, 1966 (Friday)

Container ships
Container ships

March 19, 1966 (Saturday)

March 20, 1966 (Sunday)

March 21, 1966 (Monday)

Radio Row
Radio Row
World Trade Center
World Trade Center

March 22, 1966 (Tuesday)

March 23, 1966 (Wednesday)

Archbishop Ramsey
Archbishop Ramsey
Pope Paul VI
Pope Paul VI

March 24, 1966 (Thursday)

March 25, 1966 (Friday)

March 26, 1966 (Saturday)

Mayor Peng
Mayor Peng
Ozzie and Harriet and family
Ozzie and Harriet and family

March 27, 1966 (Sunday)

March 28, 1966 (Monday)

March 29, 1966 (Tuesday)

March 30, 1966 (Wednesday)

March 31, 1966 (Thursday)

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