12 Lucky Things That Actually Happened on Friday the 13th

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5. South Pole sojourn

Prince Harry, accompanied by members of the Walking with the Wounded charity, reached South Pole sojourn on December 13, 2013. Even the royal noted the coincidence of the day of their arrival. “A half-day on Friday and we get to the South Pole on Friday 13th, unlucky for some, lucky for us,” Prince Harry said in a voice blog, according to the BBC. The team walked for 322 kilometers to make it to the South Pole, pulling sleds for more than three weeks.

6. Space invaders

It hasn’t happened yet, but CNN reports that on Friday, April 13, 2029, folks in Africa, Europe, and Asia will be able to see a huge asteroid flying past Earth without the use of a telescope.

Depending on whether these types of event scare you or not will likely decide whether you consider the asteroid situation lucky or unlucky, but the planetoid will be so close to our own orb that it will be detectable by the human eye in the aforementioned parts of the world.

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