Sahar Coordinated Time
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Sahar Coördinated Time, abbreviated as SCT, is the primary time standard by which Sahar regulates clocks and time. It is, within about 1 second, mean solar time at 0° longitude (prime meridian); it does not observe daylight saving time.
Certain tomezones are omitted from the map below.
Main time zones
Šarkunen is split between three timezones (four if all countries of the Union of Šarkunen Nations are counted).
|Eastern Šarkunen Time
|EŠT or EST (KT)||+1||Laefevia, Mereland, Nithalosia (Seret only), Xynderland |
|Central Šarkunen Time||CŠT or CST||+0||Edievia, Laefevia, Lesidea, Nithalosia, Riyana|
|Western Šarkunen Time||WŠT or WST||-1||Boroso, Edievia (Slin only), Haraku, Laefevia, Lesidea, Mettat, Riyana, Thythiscaland, Rugia|
|Southern Šarkunen Time||SŠT or SST||-2||Haraku, Ohkoria|
The majority of Boroso is split between three timezones, SCT -2 to SCT -4, with a few minor western islands in SCT -5 geographically.
|Eastern Boroso Time||EBT||-2||Tuanmali, Fals Empire (Homelands and eastern colonies)|
|Central Boroso Time||CBT||-3||Central Republic, Dhwer, Mbamigi, Tuanmali, Fals Empire (Finnland, Termland and western colonies)|
|Yaharan Standard Time||YST||-3||Yaxarhayut, Upper Yahara|
|Western Boroso Time||WBT||-4||Ngutan|
Nagu is split between three timezones.
|Eastern Nagu Time||ENT||-4|
|Central Nagu Time||CNT||-5||Gáweyn, Ithaurea|
|Western Nagu Time||WNT||-6||Tnaaq|
Daylight saving time
Some countries observe daylight saving time.