2008

2008

2008 ( MMVIII ) foi um ano bissexto que começou na terça-feira do calendário gregoriano , o 2008º ano das designações da Era Comum (CE) e Anno Domini (AD), o 8º ano do 3º milênio e do século 21 , e o 9º ano da década de 2000 .

Milênio : 3º milênio
Séculos :
Décadas :
Anos :
2008 por tópico:
Artes
Animation (Anime) – ArchitectureComicsFilm (Horror, Science fiction) – Home videoLiterature (Poetry) – Music (Classical, Country, Hip hop, Jazz, Latin, Metal, Rock, UK, US, Korea) – RadioPhotoTelevision (Austrália , Canadá , Itália , Reino Unido , Escócia , EUA ) – Videogames
Política e governo
EleiçõesLíderes internacionaisEstados
soberanos Líderes estaduais soberanosGovernadores territoriais
Ciência e Tecnologia
ArqueologiaBiotecnologiaComputaçãoPaleontologiaComputação quântica e comunicaçãoPesquisa de senescênciaEspaço/AstronomiaVoo espacialPesquisa de energia sustentávelClima
Meio Ambiente
Observação de pássaros/Ornitologia
Das Alterações Climáticas
Transporte
AviaçãoTransporte ferroviário
Esportes
Futebol americanoAssociação de futebolAtletismo (esporte)BadmintonBeisebolBasquetebolXadrezEsportes de combateCríqueteCiclismoGolfeHóquei no geloRugby unionNataçãoTênisVoleibol
Por lugar
AfeganistãoAlbâniaArgéliaAndorraAngolaAntárticaArgentinaArmêniaAustráliaÁustriaAzerbaijãoBangladeshBahamasBahreinBarbadosBielorrússiaBélgicaBeninButãoBolíviaBósnia e HerzegovinaBotsuanaBrasilBulgáriaBurkina FasoBurundiCambojaCamarõesCanadáCabo VerdeRepública Centro-AfricanaChadeChileChinaColômbiaCosta RicaComoresCroáciaCubaChipreRepública ChecaDinamarcaEquadorEgitoEl SalvadorEritreiaEstôniaEtiópiaUnião EuropeiaEswatiniGuiné EquatorialFijiFinlândiaFrançaGabãoGeórgiaAlemanhaGanaGréciaGuatemalaGuinéGuiné-BissauGuianaHaitiHondurasHong KongHungriaIslândiaÍndiaIndonésiaIrãIraqueIrlandaIsraelItáliaCosta do MarfimJapãoJordâniaCazaquistãoQuêniaKiribatiKosovoKuwaitQuirguistãoLaosLetôniaLíbanoLesotoLibériaLiechtensteinLíbiaLituâniaLuxemburgoMacauMadagascarIlhas MarshallMalawiMalásiaMaliMaltaMauritâniaMéxicoMicronésiaMoldáviaMônacoMongóliaMontenegroMarrocosMoçambiqueMianmarNauruNamíbiaNepalHolandaNova ZelândiaNicaráguaNígerNigériaCoreia do NorteMacedônia do NorteNoruegaOmãPaquistãoPalauPalestinaPanamáPapua Nova GuinéParaguaiPeruFilipinasPolôniaPortugalCatarRomêniaRússiaRuandaSamoaSan MarinoArábia SauditaSenegalSérviaSeychellesSingapuraEslováquiaEslovéniaSomáliaÁfrica do SulIlhas SalomãoCoreia do SulSudão do SulEspanhaSri LankaSudãoSuéciaSuíçaSíriaTaiwanTajiquistãoTanzâniaTailândiaTogoTongaTunísiaTurquiaTurcomenistãoTuvaluUgandaUcrâniaEmirados Árabes UnidosReino UnidoEstados UnidosUruguaiUzbequistãoVanuatuCidade do VaticanoVenezuelaVietnãIêmenZâmbiaZimbábue
Outros tópicos
Líderes religiosos
Categorias de nascimento e morte
Nascimentos - Óbitos
Categorias de estabelecimentos e desestabelecimentos
Estabelecimentos - Desestabelecimentos
Categorias de obras e introduções
ObrasIntroduções
Obras que entram em domínio público
2008 em vários calendários
calendário gregoriano 2008
MMVIII
Ab urbe condita 2761
calendário armênio 1457
ԹՎ ՌՆԾԷ
calendário assírio 6758
calendário bahá'í 164–165
calendário saka balinês 1929-1930
calendário bengali 1415
calendário berbere 2958
ano de reinado britânico 56  Elis. 2  – 57  Elis. 2
calendário budista 2552
calendário birmanês 1370
calendário bizantino 7516–7517
calendário chinês 丁亥年 (Fire  Pig )
4704 ou 4644
    — to —
戊子年 (Earth  Rat )
4705 ou 4645
calendário copta 1724-1725
Calendário Discordiano 3174
calendário etíope 2000–2001
calendário hebraico 5768–5769
calendários hindus
 - Vikram Samvat 2064–2065
 - Shaka Samvat 1929-1930
 - Kali Yuga 5108–5109
Calendário Holoceno 12008
calendário igbo 1008–1009
calendário iraniano 1386–1387
calendário islâmico 1428–1430
calendário japonês Heisei 20
(平成20年)
calendário javanês 1940-1941
Calendário Juche 97
calendário juliano Gregoriano menos 13 dias
calendário coreano 4341
Calendário Minguo ROC 97
民國97年
calendário Nanakshahi 540
calendário solar tailandês 2551
calendário tibetano 阴火猪年
(fêmea Fire Pig )
2134 ou 1753 ou 981
    — to —
阳土鼠年
(macho Earth- Rat )
2135 ou 1754 ou 982
Hora do Unix 1199145600 – 1230767999

2008 foi designado como:

Eventos

Janeiro

February

March

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Gallery

Births

Deaths

Deaths
January · February · March · April · May · June · July · August · September · October · November · December

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Nobel Prizes

New English words

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