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December 7, 2021

Universal Coordinated Clock (UTC) is a time measure for determining clocks and time differences around the world. The universal synchronous clock differs from the Greenwich Mean Time by only 0.9 seconds, and for many everyday applications such a discrepancy can be ignored. When defining the abbreviation for this phrase, the French insisted that the French phrase should be abbreviated, so it was finally decided to use a utility that neither the English acronym for CUT (coordinated universal time) nor its French acronym Is TUC (French: TUC: temps universel coordonné).

Application

Each time zone of the earth is determined by the positive or negative difference it has with the global clock. The world synchronized clock is also used to record the speed of cars on trailers in the European Union.

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Resources

Wikipedia contributors. Coordinated Universal Time. Retrieved March 5, 2007, from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

External link

Clock IR website Current time US Official Atomic Clock (UTC Time Zone)

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