degrees per day to degrees per second conversion

Conversion number between degrees per day [deg/day] and degrees per second [deg/s] is 1.1574074074074 × 10-5. This means, that degrees per day is smaller unit than degrees per second.

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If conversion between degrees per day to hertz and hertz to degrees per second is exactly definied, high precision conversion from degrees per day to degrees per second is enabled.

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degrees per day
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degrees per day to degrees per second conversion chart

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degrees per daydegrees per second
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100.00011574074074074
200.00023148148148148
300.00034722222222222
400.00046296296296296
500.0005787037037037
600.00069444444444444
700.00081018518518519
800.00092592592592593
900.0010416666666667
1000.0011574074074074
1100.0012731481481481
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Convert Degrees per day to other unit:

degrees per day

Definition of degrees per day unit: = 1/(360 × 86400) Hz. Degrees per day is the angular velocity where the body turn one degree in one day. Used to express very slow angular velocities.

Convert Degrees per second to other unit:

degrees per second

Definition of degrees per second unit: = 1/360 Hz. Degrees per second is a variant of the angular velocity unit. One hertz frequency is equal to turning a full circle (360°) in one second , 1 Hz = 360 deg / s.


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