Conversion number between **foot (Clarke's)** [ft (Cla)] and
**light-year** [ly] is **3.2217096331342 × 10 ^{-17}**.
This means, that foot (Clarke's) is smaller unit than light-year.

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from **light-year** to **foot (Clarke's)** conversion

[ft (Cla)] |

Result in **light-year**

- 1 foot (Clarke's) = `(0.304797265) / (9460730472580800)` =
**3.2217096331342 × 10**light-year^{-17} - 1 light-year = `(9460730472580800) / (0.304797265)` =
**3.1039420490144 × 10**foot (Clarke's)^{+16} - ? foot (Clarke's) × `(0.304797265 ("m"/"foot (Clarke's)")) / (9460730472580800 ("m"/"light-year"))` =
**?**light-year

If conversion between **foot (Clarke's) to metre** and **metre to light-year** is exactly definied, high precision conversion from foot (Clarke's) to light-year is enabled.

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Start value: | [foot (Clarke's)] |

Step size | [foot (Clarke's)] |

How many lines? | (max 100) |

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foot (Clarke's) | light-year |
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0 | 0 |

10 | 3.2217096331342 × 10^{-16} |

20 | 6.4434192662684 × 10^{-16} |

30 | 9.6651288994027 × 10^{-16} |

40 | 1.2886838532537 × 10^{-15} |

50 | 1.6108548165671 × 10^{-15} |

60 | 1.9330257798805 × 10^{-15} |

70 | 2.255196743194 × 10^{-15} |

80 | 2.5773677065074 × 10^{-15} |

90 | 2.8995386698208 × 10^{-15} |

100 | 3.2217096331342 × 10^{-15} |

110 | 3.5438805964476 × 10^{-15} |

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Convert **Foot (Clarke's) to other unit:**

### foot (Clarke's)

Definition of foot (Clarke's) unit: ≈ 0.3047972654. of chiefly historical interest

Convert **Light-year to other unit:**

### light-year

Definition of light-year unit: ≡ Distance light travels in vacuum in 365.25 days.

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