February 03 in history: First soft landing on moon, Pope John Paul II meets Mother Teresa and more

From first soft landing on the moon to Pope John Paul II's meeting with Mother Teresa, we''ve got it all covered!

Let's dive into today's history.

1966

USSR's Luna 9 becomes first to make a soft landing on moon.

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1972

The deadliest snowstorm kills 4000 in Iran.

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1986

Pope John Paul II meets Mother Teresa to feed the sick,

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1995

Eileen Collins becomes first woman to pilot a space shuttle.

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2014

Two killed and 29 taken hostage at a high school in Moscow.

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