the world time zones-pages
UTC time zone - 2

on these sites you will find:

> maps of all (24) time zones. On this page here: UTC - 2

> a useful converting table to convert your time into all other time- zones

-links to all other world time zones on my other pages- scroll down..

 

not the time zone you were looking for?.. choose another time zone out of the menu below:            
utc12 utc-11 utc+10 utc-9 utc-8 utc-7 utc-6 utc-5 utc-4 utc-3 utc-2 utc-1 utc utc+1 utc+2 utc+3 utc+4 utc+5 utc+6 utc+7 utc+8 utc+9 utc+10 utc+11

 

 

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TIME ZONE: UTC -2

local names/pecularities: location people in time zone UTC -2

Coordinated Universal Time-2 hours

Greenwich Mean Time - 2 hours

 

Meridian: = 30 ° West

DGT: "OSKAR"

SOMMER TIME- in UTC- 2 ---none-    
SUMMER TIME in UTC−2h 30min NDT
Newfoundland Daylight Time,
   
external links: about UTC- 2   time zones converters in the Internet

 

 

time zones: wikipedia ( English)..

.Zeitzonen: wikipedia ( deutsch)

UTC- 2.30 (engl)

.zeitzonen.de

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time zones.

Please note: This time converter is expecially designed for my weather forecast page. If you just need time convertion, click on the links above
place for later additional informations:      

click here to get to my universal time zone converting table:

time converter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

image 2: political map of time zone UTC- 2 ( black and gray areas don`t belong to)- click on the image to see it enlarged

image 2,. geographical map of time zone UTC -2 ( related to sun course)

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about time zones:

WORLD TIME ZONES

 

 

 

time zone calculation table

 
A TIME ZONE is a region of the earth that has uniform standard time, usually referred to as the local time. By convention, time zones compute their local time as an offset from UTC (see also Greenwich Mean Time). Local time is UTC plus the current time zone offset for the considered location.  
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is a time standard based on International Atomic Time (TAI) with leap seconds added at irregular intervals to compensate for the Earth's slowing rotation.  
 

The Earth rotates- seen from its surface- into the Eastern direction.. Such a rotation period is called " day" and divided into 24 hours.. Following these meridians, the sun rises on different times. Clocks and calendars were since ancient times directly associated to the local sun rises and the sun years.. Why are there different times of the sun rises in diffferent regions of the earth?

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due to different sun rises, and with continuing " internationalisation", people travel, trade an communicate between these different local times zones.

Instead of simply adjusting all the clocks on the earth to one universal time ( so mid-day would be in Greenwhich at 12PM but in the next times zone at 1 PM, and we would have not to calculate . But: Every country still insists touse watches with the "12" on the top what means "Midday" resp "Midnight"- due to local sunrises. What would be the problem, if watches in Germany have either a " 1 on to ( while the watch hand still show in vertical direction at midnight ... or opposite?

This is however the reason, why we still have to calculate , the time difference is from ourt local time to the local time is that earth region, where we (for example)want to travel to. Many use so called calculators but it always needs to insert number for each calculation Therefore I have made that time table, particularly out of easy recognizable colors ( night is dark day is brighter), where all local times can be found very easy ( as I hope)

click here to get to my universal time zone converting table:

time converter

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

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