Conversion number between **light-year** [ly] and
**link (Gunter's; Surveyor's)** [lnk] is **4.7029002985469 × 10 ^{+16}**.
This means, that light-year is bigger unit than link (Gunter's; Surveyor's).

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- 1 light-year = (exactly) `(9460730472580800) / (0.201168)` =
**4.7029002985469 × 10**link (Gunter's; Surveyor's)^{+16} - 1 link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) = (exactly) `(0.201168) / (9460730472580800)` =
**2.1263474377906 × 10**light-year^{-17} - ? light-year × `(9460730472580800 ("m"/"light-year")) / (0.201168 ("m"/"link (Gunter's; Surveyor's)"))` =
**?**link (Gunter's; Surveyor's)

If conversion between **light-year to metre** and **metre to link (Gunter's; Surveyor's)** is exactly definied, high precision conversion from light-year to link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

light-yearResult in

Start value: | [light-year] |

Step size | [light-year] |

How many lines? | (max 100) |

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light-year | link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) |
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0 | 0 |

10 | 4.7029002985469 × 10^{+17} |

20 | 9.4058005970938 × 10^{+17} |

30 | 1.4108700895641 × 10^{+18} |

40 | 1.8811601194188 × 10^{+18} |

50 | 2.3514501492734 × 10^{+18} |

60 | 2.8217401791281 × 10^{+18} |

70 | 3.2920302089828 × 10^{+18} |

80 | 3.7623202388375 × 10^{+18} |

90 | 4.2326102686922 × 10^{+18} |

100 | 4.7029002985469 × 10^{+18} |

110 | 5.1731903284016 × 10^{+18} |

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

### light-year

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

Convert **Link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) to other unit:**

### link (Gunter's; Surveyor's)

Definition of link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) unit: ≡ 1⁄100 ch ≡ 0.66 ft (US) ≡ 7.92 in .

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