Question: What time is the International Date Line?

Every day between 10:00 and 11:59 UTC, three different dates on the calendar are in use at the same time on Earth.

What is the time difference at the International Date Line?

People traveling westward around the world must set their clocks: Back by one hour for every 15° of longitude crossed, and. Forward by 24 hours upon crossing the International Date Line.

What is International Date Line?

The date line, also called the International Date Line, is a boundary from which each calendar day starts. Areas to the west of the date line are one calendar day ahead of areas to the east. The date line runs from the North Pole to the South Pole through the Pacific Ocean. It is not a straight line, however.

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