# nautical mile (Admiralty) to light-hour conversion

Conversion number between nautical mile (Admiralty) [NM (Adm); nmi (Adm)] and light-hour is 1.7170990116547 × 10-9. This means, that nautical mile (Admiralty) is smaller unit than light-hour.

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### Enter the number in nautical mile (Admiralty):

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 nautical mile (Admiralty) = (exactly) (1853.184) / (1079252848800) = 1.7170990116547 × 10-9 light-hour
• 1 light-hour = (exactly) (1079252848800) / (1853.184) = 582377599.20224 nautical mile (Admiralty)
• ? nautical mile (Admiralty) × (1853.184  ("m"/"nautical mile (Admiralty)")) / (1079252848800  ("m"/"light-hour")) = ? light-hour

### High precision conversion

If conversion between nautical mile (Admiralty) to metre and metre to light-hour is exactly definied, high precision conversion from nautical mile (Admiralty) to light-hour is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

Result in light-hour:
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### nautical mile (Admiralty) to light-hour conversion chart

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101.7170990116547 × 10-8
203.4341980233094 × 10-8
305.1512970349641 × 10-8
406.8683960466188 × 10-8
508.5854950582735 × 10-8
601.0302594069928 × 10-7
701.2019693081583 × 10-7
801.3736792093238 × 10-7
901.5453891104892 × 10-7
1001.7170990116547 × 10-7
1101.8888089128202 × 10-7
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## Multiple conversion

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Convert Nautical mile (Admiralty) to other unit:

Definition of nautical mile (Admiralty) unit: = 6080 ft .

Convert Light-hour to other unit:

### light-hour

Definition of light-hour unit: ≡ 60 light-minutes .

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