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Time zone offset: UTC itself appears as +0000; −0000 means the time zone essentially unknown.
To convert the date and time to your time zone, subtract any + time zone offset from the time and add any - time zone offset to the time (note if that means a different date), then add or subtract your own time zone's offset from UTC (noting the date again).
You can also use a time zone calculator http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html to easily compute the date and time for any place on earth.
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Yes. EST is -5 hours from UTC.
When we switch over to Daylight Savings time, you'll subtract four hours. (ie EDT is -4).
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