November 21, 1941 – Tweety Bird made its debut

The fictional cartoon canary also just called Tweety made his first appearance in A Tale of Two Kitties, a Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon. Tweety was created by animator Bob Clampett who worked on Loony Tunes cartoons.

November 22, 1995 – Toy Story released

Produced by Pixar, the movie which follows the adventures of human-like toys was the world’s first feature-length computer-animated movie.

November 23, 1963 – Doctor Who debuted on TV

The longest running science fiction TV show first aired with an episode called An Earthly Child on the British Broadcasting Channel.

November 24, 1859 – Charles Darwin’s Origin of Species published

One of the most influential books of all times, On the Origin of Species put forth the theory of evolution and described the process of natural selection.

November 25, 1952 – Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap opened at London’s West End

The longest running show in history, the play began as a radio play called Three Blind Mice. It is based on the death of Dennis O'Neill, who died while in foster care.

November 26, 1983 – Brink’s Mat gold heist

The £ 26 million robbery took place in a Brink Mat warehouse at Heathrow Airport in London. The stolen gold, diamonds and cash has never been recovered.

November 27, 2001 – Hubble detects the first planetary atmosphere outside the Solar System

The space telescope detected sodium, an exoplanet also known as Osiris. Belonging to a class of planets called hot Jupiter, because they are similar in size to Jupiter.