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  • Search: Current location: > > > Local city time Other locations: | Current local time in Krasnoyarsk | Krasnoyarsk, Russia The native name of Russia is Rossiya Current time Monday, September 25, 2006 at 3:17:57 PM UTC/GMT Offset Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +7 hours Daylight saving time: +1 hour Current time zone offset: UTC/GMT +8 hours Daylight Saving Time on Sunday, March 26, 2006 at 2:00 AM local standard time on Sunday, October 29, 2006 at 3:00 AM local daylight time Sun Sunrise at 7:40 AM Sunset at 7:41 PM Dialing codes International country code: + 7 (Russia)Area code: 3912 Coordinates Latitude: 56° 05' North Longitude: 92° 46' East Books Additional time-related services for Krasnoyarsk: Current UTC (or GMT/Zulu)-time used: Monday, September 25, 2006 at 07:17:57 UTC is Coordinated Universal Time, GMT is Greenwich Mean Time

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    World Time Zone
    A world map with inserted clocks for every time zone in the world.

    Europe time zones map with current local time 12 hour format
    Map of European time zones and current times.

  • TIME ZONES and CONTAINED REGIONS/AREAS M|Y X W V U T S R Q P O N Z A B C D E F G H I K L M|Y Europe Time Zone Map- 12 HOUR FORMAT Time mode: or = Greenwich Mean Time; = Coordinated Universal Time; = British Summer Time; = Western European Summer Time; = Western European Time; = Central European Summer Time; = Central European Time; = Eastern European Summer Time; = Eastern European Time; = Moscow Summer Time; = Moscow Time; Note: Read Guestbook Entries of the Day is an amazing, wonderful website which provides us with the excellent piece of information on TimeZones

  • - The International Call Planner enables you to chose TIME ZONE and multiple locations of your choice and identify the best time for your meeting in relation to your location

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    Provides current local time and a quick loading time zone map of the entire United

  • For Weather Forecast Enter"City, State" , or Zipcode : UNITED STATES TIME ZONES The United States uses eight time zones

  • the standard time zone boundaries

  • The names in each time zone change along with Daylight Saving Time

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    Weather for over 25000 US locations by zip code or city name. Site includes
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    Sources for Time Zone and Daylight Saving Time Data
    A directory of sites providing descriptions of civil timekeeping concepts, source
    code, databases, and maps.

  • Sources for Time Zone and Daylight Saving Time Data @(#)tz-link.htm 8.5 Please send corrections to this web page to the

  • The tz database The public-domain time zone database contains code and data that represent the history of local time for many representative locations around the globe

  • This database (often called tz or zoneinfo ) is used by several implementations, including used in , and

  • For example, America/New_York represents most of the US eastern time zone; America/Phoenix represents most of Arizona, which uses mountain time without daylight saving time (DST ); America/Detroit represents most of Michigan, which uses eastern time but with different DST rules in 1975; and other entries represent smaller regions like Starke County, Indiana, which switched from central to eastern time in 1991 and switched back in 2006

  • The Web has several other sources for time zone and daylight saving time data

  • Fancier web interfaces, roughly in ascending order of complexity, include: Current Time in 1000 Places is a web interface to a time zone database derived from tz 's

  • Other time zone database formats The specification published by the (now-concluded) IETF Calendaring and Scheduling Working Group (calsch ) covers time zone data; see its VTIMEZONE calendar component

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    Time zone. International Time zones
    A table showing time in relation to GMT, US Eastern, US Central, US Mountain,
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  • By convention, weather scientists use one time zone, Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)

  • By providing you with a table already adjusted for the US time zones, you do not have to do any more conversions

  • To use this table, just go to the country you are interested in, and add the number of hours corresponding to your time zone (Eastern, Central, Mountain or Pacific times) to the current time The Many Dates and Times of Perl
    A tour of the many date and time handling modules on the CPAN - by Dave Rolsky.

  • Time zones around the world are specified as an offset from UTC

  • The widely used term GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) refers to a time zone that is equivalent to UTC

  • The US military has a set of terms used for time zones around the world based on the alphabet (A-Z)

  • Time zones, as mentioned above, are defined as an offset from UTC

  • Most, but not all, time zones are in offsets of whole hours

  • Time zones are complicated by the use of Daylight Saving Time, which changes the actual offset of a given location to vary over the course of the year

  • Because time zones are determined by governments, use of Daylight Saving Time, and the base offsets, have changed over time, and may change again in the future

  • The upshot of all this is that any code that represents time zones as fixed offset will probably start producing errors once date math gets involved

  • The definitive source of time zone offsets and rules is the Olson time zone database

  • It defines zones according to names like "America/New_York", as opposed to "EST"

  • The local time is UTC plus the local time zone offset

    Z-Time - by Harold F. Maybeck
    Article on the time at 0 degrees longitude. Covers the timezone origin, GMT, UTC,
    GCT, ZULU and JIG.

  • In his book, Bowditch realized that a method of noting local time zones was needed for references in a ships log throughout the world

  • It had been well understood by navigators that there being 24 hours in a solar day (23h 56m 4.091s in a sidereal day), and since there are 360° of longitude around the earth, that each 15° of longitude constituted another 1 hour time-zone

  • What Bowditch proposed in THE AMERICAN PRACTICAL NAVIGATOR was that the prime meridian (0° longitude) be designated as the center of a 15° time zone, i.e

  • He then designated a letter of the English alphabet to each time zone starting with the first zone east of the Prime Meridian

  • This made the zone centered on 15° East longitude, time zone "A", the time zone centered on 30° East longitude, time zone "B", and so on

  • Therefore as the International Date Line was approached from the west, Bowditch designated the section from 172.5° East longitude to 180° longitude as time zone "M"

  • Bowditch then proceeded with the times zones west of the Prime Meridian Time Zone

  • The first zone centered on 15° West longitude became time zone "N", the next time zone west centered on 30° West longitude became time zone "O", etc, etc


    World Time Converter, Time Zone Converter, The World Clock - GkIndia
    Provides online times converter and brief information about GMT/UTC.

  • **UTC/GMT: Since radio signals can cross multiple time zones and the international date line, some worldwide standard for time and date is needed

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  • Find out the time anywhere in the world with the Time Zone Converter! Convenience : Plan International travel, phone calls, meetings and much more

  • Accuracy : The time zone rules on which the converter is based are updated when local laws or ordinances change to provide you with the most accurate time converter utility on the Net! What time is it in: Need something you can carry with you? The Time Zone Reference Card is a printable reference card that allows you to convert between time zones when you travel

  • Select all the time zones you are interested in and this handy utility will create a customized reference card that you can print and carry with you for quick access

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    International standard date and time notation
    International Standard ISO 8601 specifies numeric representations of date and time.
    It helps to avoid confusion caused by the many different national notations.

  • Time zone Without any further additions, a date and time as written above is assumed to be in some local time zone

  • Since the introduction of an international atomic time scale, almost all existing civil time zones are now related to UTC, which is slightly different from the old and now unused GMT.] The strings +hh:mm , +hhmm , or +hh can be added to the time to indicate that the used local time zone is hh hours and mm minutes ahead of UTC

  • For time zones west of the zero meridian, which are behind UTC, the notation -hh:mm , -hhmm , or -hh is used instead

  • The following strings all indicate the same point of time: 12:00Z = 13:00+01:00 = 0700-0500 There exists no international standard that specifies abbreviations for civil time zones like CET, EST, etc

  • and sometimes the same abbreviation is even used for two very different time zones

  • In addition, politicians enjoy modifying the rules for civil time zones, especially for daylight saving times, every few years, so the only really reliable way of describing a local time zone is to specify numerically the difference of local time to UTC

  • Better use directly UTC as your only time zone where this is possible and then you do not have to worry about time zones and daylight saving time changes at all

    The World Time Server - correct, current, local
    Look up current time from database containing any country or major city in the
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    Armenian fonts, keyboard drivers, time zone, software.
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    CNN - Internet Time: Will the 'beat' go on? - February 25, 1999

  • Internet Time: Will the 'beat' go on? Internet Time is the same everywhere in the world RELATED VIDEO CNN's Rick Lockridge reports on the new time zone Windows Media What is Internet time? Real Windows Media February 26, 1999 Web posted at: 11:33 a.m

  • Now a Swiss watch company and one of the world's premier Internet authorities have come up with a way to put the entire world into one time zone

  • The thinking is that the world can get together on the Internet and not have to calculate differences between time zones

  • 'Me, as a tourist now, I'm always confused with the time zones and everything, ' says one man we spoke to on the street

    A Few Facts Concerning GMT, UT, and the RGO
    Explains the differences between several time systems.

  • But in general usage (including that of shortwave broadcasters such as the BBC, for example), GMT now usually means the civil (atomic-second-based) time kept in the United Kingdom which is the standard time of the time zone centred on the 0 degree meridian

    Date & Time Formats on the Web
    A tutorial on the date and time formats used by web technologies, and advice for
    designing formats for use with own XML applications.

  • Calendars, Time Zones and Issues they may Raise The following section gives some information about dates and times themselves; in particular time zones and differences between calendars in use in different places at different times

  • For the most part you can assume that applications and/or users will use dates expressed in the Gregorian calendar, occurring after 1582, in the UTC time zone, and without having to deal with leap seconds

  • Issues with Time Zones Different systems will have different assumptions and requirements about the time zone of a datetime

  • If possible applications should deal with dates exclusively in UTC to avoid ambiguity and translate to and from local time zones on-the-fly as necessary

  • Particular care must be taken when testing code if you live somewhere where the local time zone coïncides with UTC , such as Ireland, the United Kingdom or Portugal during the winter months (from the last Sunday in October until the last Sunday in March); as it will not be possible to detect if local time is being used when UTC should, or vice versa, without careful examination

  • Given: PlaceholderString Meaning YYYY four-digit year MM two-digit month (01=January, etc.) DD two-digit day of month (01 through 31) hh two digits of hour (00 through 23) mm two digits of minute (00 through 59) ss two digits of second (00 through 59) s one or more digits representing a decimal fraction of a second TZD time zone designator (“Z” or +hh:mm or -hh:mm) Then the following formats are allowed: Year: YYYY (e.g

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