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The original Java applet time.gov site has been replaced with HTML5, cross-platform-compatible code requiring no plugins.
This public service is provided by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Go to: Time & Frequency Division, NIST
This web site is intended as a time-of-day service only. It should not be used to measure frequency or time interval, nor should it be used to establish traceability to NIST or the USNO.
Also, it is inappropriate to generate your own software to use the functionality of this site. Contact us for details.

To see the animated clock, only javascript must be enabled. No plugins are necessary.
A few versions of Internet Explorer may not adapt correctly, if so, make sure that Windows Compatibility View is turned off. Otherwise, try the alternate Flash page.

The time shown has been corrected for the path delay of the timestamp through the Internet.

Also, check out the NIST Time Widget

For questions about Daylight Saving Time (DST), a.m./p.m., noon/midnight and UTC, check the NIST FAQ

For sunrise/sunset information check the USNO Astronomical Applications Web Page

Setting Your Computer Clock
  You can download software from NIST in order to use the Internet to automatically set your computer clock to the correct time.
Time Zones
For a more detailed time zone map, look at our map of US time zones.
For time zone offsets around the world, please consult our world time zone map.
Please send any comments or questions to: timeinfo@boulder.nist.gov
However, due to the volume of email we receive, we cannot always respond to each one individually.

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commercial products by NIST.

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