Alan Goldwater of MFMP just wrote on Martin Fleischmann Memorial Page:
The current plan is to start the test at 4 PM local (23:00 UTC), to accommodate a wider range of time zones for the second half of the run.
The early parts of the ramp should show the pressure peak from hydride decomposition at around 02:00 UTC tomorrow, followed by absorption of hydrogen. We expect the interesting stuff to start at around 850 C, at 10:00 UTC. I'll post the link for the Youtube stream when we start the run.
According to Alan, the beginning of this experiment should be at 1:00 o'clock tonight in central europe. The "interesting stuff" should happen at 12:00 o'clock in the noon in central europe.
You can calculate your local time with this site: http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_UTC.aspx
Alan Goldwater just made two calibration runs: