Lunar Standard Time - Definitions
A time interval defined as 0.9843529666671 terrestrial seconds (i.e. the kind you are used to).
Equals 60 Lunar seconds, which roughly corresponds to 59 terrestrial seconds.
Equals 60 Lunar minutes, which roughly corresponds to 59 terrestrial minutes.
Equals 24 Lunar hours, which roughly corresponds to 23 hours 37 minutes on a terrestrial clock.
Equals 30 Lunar cycles, which roughly corresponds to 29.5 terrestrial days.
Equals 12 Lunar days, which roughly corresponds to 354 terrestrial days.
The abbreviation for the Lunar Calendar and Standard Time. The concept of the LST is suggested by LunarClock.org
Lunar Standard Time
LST, a Lunar time reckoning, or "Moon time", designed to be used by future moon colonists. The concept of the LST is suggested by LunarClock.org
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