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UT Time Never Goes On Daylight Savings Time!

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UT Time Never Goes On Daylight Savings Time!

As a reminder to everyone, especially those whose computers switch to Daylight Savings Time.

UT Time Never Goes On Daylight Savings Time!

UT Time is Always UT Time… that way we can all be on the same page with Astronomical Events.

Daylight saving time can be a really annoying change so check on your clocks, computers and software to insure that you are not improperly reporting UT Time.

Ad Astra,

Tim Crawford, CTX

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OH Yes. The perfect time.  I tried to explain it to my friend and told her that it is One hour less or one hour more.  That way ( of course all of us already know that a perticular sky event happens at the same time.  Best  HNL

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