Sahar Coordinated Time
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Sahar Coordinated 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 the Glorpi Meridian, the prime meridian used initially by Terminians but gained popularity in the Prime Corridor since the 18th C with the spread of the dema; it does not observe daylight saving time.
Certain timezones are omitted from the map below.
Daylight saving time
Some countries nonetheless observe daylight saving time. See: http://planet.conworkshop.com/cwsp_view_svg.php?map=1b68952933f035b19479af9c4720a65d&idx=3d5d70057608726973317770d8a2a2de