Current time in London, United Kingdom United Kingdom

In London now Saturday, November 28, 2020, week 48
20:27
:09
Now British Summer Time (British Standard Time from Feb 1968 to Oct 1971) (BST), offset UTC+01:00
Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) standard time zone, UTC-00:00 will start from Oct 25, 2020

Sunrise and sunset

Sunrise and sunset in London, Saturday, November 28, 2020
Sunrise: 07:40
Sunset: 15:56
Moon rise: 15:18
Moon set: 05:19

Daylight saving time and standard time

When the clock transition in 2020 in London, United Kingdom
DST time begins at
Sunday, March 29, 2020, 01:00
Hours must be moved one hour ahead to 02:00
DST time ends at
Sunday, October 25, 2020, 02:00
Hours must be moved one hour back to 01:00

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Online Clock

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A bit of History

Knowing the exact time was quite a challenge for our predecessors. People used sundials, sand clocks, and other inventions to stay in touch with the current time. However, ancient devices failed to deliver the desired accuracy considering several minute errors in every 24 hours. Humanity craved for something more precise. The struggle resulted in the invention of first ever mechanic clocks back in year 725. The new invention made a time revolution with minimum errors ranging from +40 to -20 seconds every 24 hours.

  • In 1957, quartz clock made its debut combining mechanic and electronic technologies. The first ever electronic clocks had mechanic hands featuring improved accuracy with some slight errors of only ±15 per month;
  • The atomic clock appeared to be the first ever standard for the most precise timing with zero errors. It was invented back in 1955 and it is still in use today. The key benefit of the atomic clock is the close to none error of ~1 every 100 million years;
  • Optical lattice clocks boast yet the highest level of stability and accuracy. They are three times more precise if compared to atomic version. The error is minimized to ~1 every 300 million years.

About the Project

Getdatetime.com is aimed at delivering the most accurate and stable time thanks to constant website synchronization with NTP-server. The platform generates precise time data with the minimum error of only ±0.001 per 24 hours.

Using our exact time website, you will have a chance to compare various time zones from across the globe as well as find out the exact time from 8000 cities worldwide available in 2 languages.

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Apart from online clocks, Getdatatime delivers all the insights about the sunrise and sunset, moonrise and moonset for your particular region. Moreover, you may benefit from the detailed data on daylight hours as well as notifications to set the clock on summer time.