[DeTomaso] Test Slow Day

Himes, Terry (397C) Terry.Himes at jpl.nasa.gov
Fri Jan 11 11:13:11 EST 2019

Well... that depends on whether you are using the earth's rotation (days) or looking 
at your Atomic watch. We did have a +1sec leapsecond added a year ago. So yeah, 
the earth is slowing down and your email is slower.  HaHa!!

December 31, 2016:
"The last leap second was added on June 30, 2015 just before midnight UTC. The U.S. Naval Observatory 
announced last July that a leap second will be added to official timekeeping on December 31, 2016. That 
means your day and year – and everyone's day and year – will officially be one second longer.Dec 31, 2016"

"A Purple Heart proves you were smart enough to hatch a plan,
 stupid enough to try it and lucky enough to survive!"
Terry W. Himes 
JPL Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Dawn Spacecraft Team
Juno Systems & Software Team
TGO Sequence Lead 
Phone: (818) 393-6261
Cell:     (818) 653-8213
thimes at jpl.nasa.gov

On 1/10/19, 6:01 PM, "DeTomaso on behalf of Julian Kift" <detomaso-bounces at server.detomasolist.com on behalf of julian_kift at hotmail.com> wrote:

    I am sure our JPL friend Terry would be willing to attest and prove that every day is of the same speed 😎, so therein your post must be a test!
    From: DeTomaso <detomaso-bounces at server.detomasolist.com> on behalf of Curt Hall <cuvee at sbcglobal.net>
    Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2019 5:32 PM
    To: Detomaso Email List
    Subject: [DeTomaso] Test Slow Day
    Test or just a Slow day?

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