World Time Zones

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View map of time zones in Oceania. Big world time zone map with time zones for every country and every continent. Use the World Time Card to check the current local time in the world.

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And how many time zones in the world?

Had each time region been an hours apart, there'd be 24 in the world. However, several time zones have only 30 and 45 minute offset, which significantly increases the overall number globally. Had each time region been an hours apart, there'd be 24 in the world. In addition, multiple time zones are only 30 or 45 min apart, further enhancing the overall number of default time zones.

The name of the time area and the time change during DST (summer time). In this case, the words "daylight" or "summer" are usually contained in the name, and the time is usually moved forward by one additional hour. 2. California, for example, uses Pacific daylight time (PDT) during summertime with a UV clock shift of 7 to 7, while Pacific standard time (PST) uses a UV clock shift of 8 to 8 during the year.

Why it can be bewildering is that California's daylight saving UTC-7 time is the default, but California's default time is UTC-8. Arizona time is always UTC-7 because there is no summer time in Arizona and they stay at normal time all year round. In theory, each 1-hour time area is 15 degree broad, which indicates a 1 hour gap in mean sun time.

It can be seen as the grey and the white stripe on our time zones and in the picture above. Effective boundaries on a time zoning chart have been designed to coincide with both domestic and external boundaries and seldom exactly coincide with 15 degree time zoning boundaries.

A few large geographical (wide) nations, such as India and China, use only one time zones, while it would have been normal to have expected several, as in the USA or Australia. It is also the benchmark for the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) with 1 hr per 15 degree length. To find the appropriate time zones, you must split the degree of latitude, in degree, by 15, in hrs.

For 150 degree westerly (or 150 W) longitudes, the time should be 150 degree split by 15 degree = 10 hrs behind either normal or normal time. For 75 degree eastern (or 75 eastern) longitudes, the time would be 75 degree split by 15 degree = 5 hour before unTC or unTC+5, including all the different location clocks currently in use around the world.

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