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The Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is the primary time standard used by different countries in the world to regulate their clocks and time. It is closely related to the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) which is also a benchmark for clock and time regulation. The Coordinated Universal Time has been synonymous with the GMT.
However, the scientific community no longer defines the Greenwich Mean Time precisely unlike the UTC. The Coordinated Universal Time has been used globally since the 1970s instead of its predecessor, the GMT standard. You can convert time from the current time in UTC to any other existing time zones using the UTC time zone converter.
The Coordinated Universal Time zone has undergone frequent adjustments to make it the standard time for reference that is used globally. There are new proposals that have been created to replace this time zone with a refreshed system that will get rid of leap seconds.
The decision is still up for further debate and has been tabled until 2023. The International Telecommunications Union Recommendation have defined the current version of the Coordinated Universal Time Zone in the ‘Standard-frequency and time-signal emissions'. The slowing of Earth's rotation has been compensated by the addition of leap seconds at irregular intervals based on International Atomic Time (TAI).