Unix timestamp

0

Thu 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 AM UTC

Coordinated Universal Time

Thu Jan 1 00:00:00 1970 UTC

In your local timezone

1970-01-01T00:00:00+00:00

ISO 8601

Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 +0000

RFC 2822

2458805

Julian Date

23 Tevet 5730

Hebrew Date

041

Swatch Internet Time

0

Day of the year

January

Month

31

Days in month

01

Week

Thursday

Day of the week

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Converting Unix timestamp 0 using our Unix Time Converter gives us the following information:

0 is representing the 0 day of the year 1970 in the Gregorian calendar, having 365 days. There are 365 days left of the year and this particular timestamp falls on a Thursday, January 01 of week 01 at 00:00 UTC in the monrning meaning that about 0% of the day has passed. At this specifc time, the moon was in its Third quarter phase, about 243,097 miles (or 391,227 km) from Earth.

On this day, many notable and historically important events have taken place. But to only mention a few, in year 153 BC, roman consuls begin their year in office. And later in 45 BC the Julian calendar takes effect as the civil calendar of the Roman Empire, establishing January 1 as the new date of the new year.

We've also, tragically, had a some famous deaths on this day troughout history. A few notable mentions are in 510 when Eugendus, French abbot and saint (born in 449) passed away and in 680 when Javanshir, Albanian king (born in 616) left us.

But let us not forget to also celebrate a few famous people that where born on this day of 0. In 337, Arcadius, Byzantine emperor (died in 408) was born and later in 870, Zwentibold, Frankish son of Arnulf of Carinthia (died in 900).

Conversion help

For your conveniance, we have listed the conversion syntaxes for 0 timestamp to serveral of the most popular programming lanugages below.

PHP
date('Y-m-d H:i:s', 0);
MySQL
select from_unixtime(0);
JavaScript
new Date(0*1000).toString();
C++
time_t epch = 0;
printf("%i -> %s", epch, asctime(gmtime(&epch))); (time.h);
C#
String.Format("{0:d/M/yyyy HH:mm:ss}", new System.DateTime(1970, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0).AddSeconds(0));
Java
new SimpleDateFormat("MM/dd/yyyy HH:mm:ss").format(new Date(0 * 1000L))
Ruby
require 'date'
DateTime.strptime("0",'%s')
Binary
0
Hexadecimal
0

A few related timestamps to 0 are:

Start of year
0
End of Year
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Start of month
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End of month
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Start of day
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End fo day
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Start of hour
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End fo hour
3599
Start of min
0
End fo min
59