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Terrestial Time (TT) is the modern definition of ephemeris time. It has been introduced by the IAU in 1991 as the coordinate time scale consistent with the theory of general relativity for an observer on the surface of the Earth. For all practical purposes, it is equal to: TT = TAI +32.184 s