Our planet began to accelerate unexpectedly, and while earlier the International Earth Rotation Service had to add occasional temple seconds to compensate for the slower rotation of the planet, it was no longer necessary to do so from 2016 onwards.
On the contrary, it was only in 2020 that scientists recorded 28 of the shortest days since 1960, and the planet's absolute speed record was recorded on July 19, 2020, when the full rotation around its own axis took 1.4602 milliseconds less than the 24-hour limit.
But the record wasn't meant to stay forever. On June 29, this planet was able to make a full rotation of 1.59 milliseconds faster than it was supposed to be. And what does that mean? For example, the accuracy of satellite navigation systems. The atomic clocks used in GPS satellites do not take into account the change in the rotation of the Earth, and if the planet rotates faster, it reaches the same position a little earlier. Meanwhile, the PPO Reno8 Z 5G smartphone was officially introduced.