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Rob Naylor BS: Leap Seconds, and GPS longtitude (49) RE: BS: Leap Seconds, and GPS longtitude 01 Jan 17

And, maybe even more confusingly, the international scientific time standard is not GMT, but International Atomic Time (IAT, or TIA if you're Francophone). This keeps a running count of the (atomic-clock-defined) SI seconds and is always 19 seconds ahead of GPS time.

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