Puerto Vallarta is in the Central Time Zone (the same as Texas), which is two hours ahead of California and one hour behind New York.
The time on a computer, either a client or server, from where a script is executed.
Time in which noon is defined by the transit of the Sun over the local meridian as distinguished from standard time which is based upon the transit of the Sun over a standard meridian. Local time may be either mean or apparent, according to whether reference is to the mean or actual Sun. Local time was in general use in the United States until 1883, when standard time was adopted. The use of local time in other parts of the world has also been practically abandoned in favor of the more convenient standard time.
This is the local time on Mars at the center of the image relative to a division of the martian day into 24 equal parts. A martian day is slightly longer than 24 hours and 37 minutes long. "DAY" images are those with a local time of 08:00-20:00 (8am-8pm)"NIGHT" images are those with a local time of 00:00-07:59 or 20:01-24:59 (0:00-7:59am or 8:01-11:59pm)
hour of day as determined by the time zone convention of the geographic location Zonenzeit
a calculated value, see CDMA System Time for details
Represents the time of the reader, and the local time given on this website should be no more than about 30 minutes off for most of the people in the world.
See home time See also: universal time home time
refers to the time in a particular port or country
Time adjusted for location around the Earth or other planets in time zones.
The Earth is divided into time zones, where the time on the clock changes as you move from east to west, so that noon is roughly when the Sun is highest in the sky. The local time is the time in your time zone.
The official time in a local region (adjusted for location around the Earth); established by law or custom.
The date and time taking into account the current time zone's offset from universal time. See also: universal time
Time, as measured for a given point on the earth. Local sidereal time, for instance, is by Greenwich sidereal time minus the local longitude of the point (15° longitude is equivalent to a one-hour change in time).
In the mathematical theory of stochastic processes, local time is a property of diffusions like Brownian motion.