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ACDT/ACST
Australian Central Daylight Time Corrected from ACST
12:21a
Sat, Oct 23
-12:21a
Sat, Oct 23
  • Sat
    Oct23
  • 1 am ACST
  • 2 am ACST
  • 3 am ACST
  • 4 am ACST
  • 5 am ACST
  • 6 am ACST
  • 7 am ACST
  • 8 am ACST
  • 9 am ACST
  • 10 am ACST
  • 11 am ACST
  • 12 pm ACST
  • 1 pm ACST
  • 2 pm ACST
  • 3 pm ACST
  • 4 pm ACST
  • 5 pm ACST
  • 6 pm ACST
  • 7 pm ACST
  • 8 pm ACST
  • 9 pm ACST
  • 10 pm ACST
  • 11 pm ACST
-15.5
CDT/CST
Central Daylight Time (US) Corrected from CST
8:51a
Fri, Oct 22
-8:51a
Fri, Oct 22
  • 830 am CST
  • 930 am CST
  • 1030 am CST
  • 1130 am CST
  • 1230 pm CST
  • 130 pm CST
  • 230 pm CST
  • 330 pm CST
  • 430 pm CST
  • 530 pm CST
  • 630 pm CST
  • 730 pm CST
  • 830 pm CST
  • 930 pm CST
  • 1030 pm CST
  • 1130 pm CST
  • Sat
    Oct23
  • 130 am CST
  • 230 am CST
  • 330 am CST
  • 430 am CST
  • 530 am CST
  • 630 am CST
  • 730 am CST
-14.5
Ann Arbor EDT
United States, Michigan
9:51a
Fri, Oct 22
-9:51a
Fri, Oct 22
  • 930 am
  • 1030 am
  • 1130 am
  • 1230 pm
  • 130 pm
  • 230 pm
  • 330 pm
  • 430 pm
  • 530 pm
  • 630 pm
  • 730 pm
  • 830 pm
  • 930 pm
  • 1030 pm
  • 1130 pm
  • Sat
    Oct23
  • 130 am
  • 230 am
  • 330 am
  • 430 am
  • 530 am
  • 630 am
  • 730 am
  • 830 am

Converting ACST to CST

This time zone converter lets you visually and very quickly convert ACST to CST and vice-versa. Simply mouse over the colored hour-tiles and glance at the hours selected by the column... and done!

ACST stands for Australian Central Standard Time. CST is known as Central Standard Time. CST is 15.5 hours behind ACST. So, when it is it will be

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