Information About The UTC And GMT Difference.

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Hi, I know UTC and GMT share the same current time, but I don’t know the difference between them. So, tell me about UTC and GMT difference ?. Reply ASAP. Thanks in advance for reply.

 

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Answered By 10 points N/A #305279

Information About The UTC And GMT Difference.

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Hi, to know about UTC and GMT difference, you must know what UTC and GMT are?
According to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the day is the “mean solar day” of 86400.002 seconds.

Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) states that the day is the “mean solar day” of 86400 seconds, i.e., 24 hours of 60 minutes and each minute with 60 seconds.
Following are the difference between the UTC and GMT.

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Information About The UTC And GMT Difference.

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UTC in time zone stands for Coordinated Universal Time. It is the common standard time in every place in the world. UTC is formerly called GMT or Greenwich Mean Time.

The difference between the two is that UTC points to the actual time or the standard time in every part of the world while GMT is the time zone or the differences in time in every part of the world. UTC technically reflects the mean solar time along the prime meridian of our planet.

The prime meridian is zero degrees longitude (0°) in the 360 lines of longitude on Earth and there are 179 meridians toward the East and 179 toward the West. The International Date Line is the 180th meridian. The prime meridian is randomly based on the meridian that runs through the Greenwich Observatory outside of London where the present system originated.

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