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UTC – Coordinated Universal Time

Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is the basis for civil time today. This 24-hour time standard is kept using highly precise atomic clocks combined with the Earth's rotation. more

International Date Line (IDL)

The International Date Line (IDL) is an imaginary line on Earth's surface located at about 180 degrees east (or west) of the Greenwich Meridian. more

UTC & GMT – Same Difference?

Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is often interchanged or confused with Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). But GMT is a time zone and UTC is a time standard. more

What Is a Time Zone?

A time zone refers to any region where the same standard time is kept. Interactive Time Zone Map for current time zones worldwide. more

Why Do We Have Time Zones?

The expansion of transport and communication during the 19th century created a need for a unified time-keeping system, and time zones were introduced. more

GMT or BST in the UK?

The UK is not on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) all year. During Daylight Saving Time the correct time zone is British Summer Time (BST). more

What Is Universal Time (UT)?

Universal Time is a solar time standard used in astronomy and to define time on Earth. How is it measured? What's the difference between UT, UT0, UT1, UT2, and UTC? more

Why UTC – not CUT?

The abbreviation for Coordinated Universal Time is UTC. Why is it not abbreviated as “CUT” or “TUC”? more

What Time Zone is Indiana?

The US state Indiana has 2 time zones: Central Time and Eastern Time. Daylight Saving Time (DST) has been used since 2006. more

UK Time Zone History

The United Kingdom started using Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) as its standard time in 1880. It remained the base of civil time in the world until 1972. more

39 New Years in 2018

Toast the New Year 39 times with our new year countdown. 26 hours after the first bottle pops on Kiritimati in the Pacific, Baker Island greets the New Year. more

Time Zones and DST in Europe

Europe is divided into 4 main time zones that span from UTC +0 hours in western European countries to UTC +3 hours in Belarus and parts of Russia. more

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