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The 2030s (pronounced "twenty-thirties" or the '30s) is the next decade of the Gregorian calendar that will begin on 1 January 2030, and will end on 31 December 2039.

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2038[edit]

  • 19 January: 03:14:08 UTC – Many 32-bit computer clocks overflow, potentially confusing the date as 13 December 1901. Known as the Year 2038 problem, similar to the Year 2000 problem.
  • 12 April: Documents related to the NSA's PRISM program are to be declassified by the U.S. Government.[27]
  • 25 April: Easter will occur on its latest possible date. The last time this occurred was in 1943 and, after 2038, the next time it will occur will be in 2190.
  • 26 December: A total solar eclipse will occur in the Southern Hemisphere. It will start on the south of the Indian Ocean, will cross Australia and New Zealand and it will end in the southern part of the Pacific Ocean.

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References[edit]

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