Difference Between Mountain Time and Eastern Time
The Mountain Time and the Eastern Time are two time zones which show difference between them. The Eastern Time (ET) is also known as North American Eastern Standard Time. It is the time zone which relates to the east coast from North America. The time of clock in Eastern Time is based on the mean solar time of the 75th meridian on the West of the Greenwich Observatory in London.
The Mountain Time of North America is on the other hand the time obtained by subtracting seven hours of Coordinated Universal Time in the times of autumn and winter. They sometimes call the Universal Coordinated Time the Greenwich Mean Time or UTC-7.
It is interesting to note that the Mountain Time keeps the time by subtracting six hours in spring, summer and at the beginning of the autumn. The time of clock in the Mountain Time Zone on the other hand is based on the medium solar time of the 150th meridian on the West of the Observatory Greenwich in London. They call this zone the Mountain Time Zone especially in the United States of America and in Canada.
There is another difference between the Mountain Time and the Eastern Time. The Mountain Time Zone is ahead of the Pacific Time Zone by one hour and is behind the Central Time Zone by one hour. They call the Eastern Time Zone is also called the Eastern Time especially in the United States of America and in Canada. Ontario, East central Nunavut and Quebec and is a part of the Eastern Time Zone.
In the United States of America 18 states and the Region of Columbia are entirely located in the Eastern Time Zone. The 6 other states are torn between the Central Time Zone and the Eastern Time Zone. It is important to note that D.C. of Washington refers to only the Eastern Time as it falls under this zone.