International date line
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Originally published in August 2013. Updated April 2020. Have you ever lost an entire day? Perhaps you slept through it. Perhaps you forgot to tear a day off your calendar. You may have simply wanted to forget a day, or make one speed up. Or perhaps, like Steve and me, you lost it somewhere over theContinue reading "What Happens When You Cross the International Date Line"
The International Date Line is an imaginary line running from the North pole to the South pole, corresponding its length to the 180th meridian on the surface of the earth. It demarcates two consecutive calendar days. World map showing the International Date Line.
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Find out how to keep your trip planning on track with these tips for crossing the international date line. #familytraveltips
Find out exactly how to achieve your international dateline bucketlist goal. Dream big and stand tall on the line between today and tomorrow.
The International Date Line (IDL) is an imaginary line that runs from the North to the South Pole and separates two calendar days.
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The International Date Line goes through the Pacific Ocean at about 180 degrees longitude. Where is the International Date Line? See it on a time zone map.
THE INTERNATIONAL date line (IDL) is the imaginary line on Earth slicing through the center of the PACIFIC OCEAN that separates two consecutive calendar days.
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Friday's cancelled: Samoans lose 24 hours of their lives as island jumps over international dateline
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, pictured, is moving the country to the same time zone as New Zealand and Australia, meaning its population will never see today.
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