The TimeStandard type exposes the following members.
Gets an abbreviation for this time standard.
Gets a time standard that is equivalent to this time standard but is safe for arithmetic. In order to be safe for arithmetic, a time standard must not have any discontinuities and it must have exactly 86400 seconds in every day. How the seconds are measured does not matter, but the standard returned by this method must measure seconds in the same way as the standard implementing this method. For example, UTC is not safe for arithmetic (and thus returns TAI) but UT1 is safe for arithmetic. If a time standard is safe for arithmetic, returns .
Gets the Barycentric Dynamical Time (TDB) time standard.
Gets the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) time standard.
Gets the Global Positioning System (GPS) time standard.
Gets the index corresponding to this time standard.
Gets the International Atomic Time (TAI) time standard.
Gets the name of this time standard.
Gets the Terrestrial Time (TT) time standard.
Gets the Universal Time 1 (UT1) time standard.