# nautical mile (Admiralty) to light-second conversion

Conversion number between nautical mile (Admiralty) [NM (Adm); nmi (Adm)] and light-second is 6.1815564419569 × 10-6. This means, that nautical mile (Admiralty) is smaller unit than light-second.

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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) / (299792458) = 6.1815564419569 × 10-6 light-second
• 1 light-second = (exactly) (299792458) / (1853.184) = 161771.55533395 nautical mile (Admiralty)
• ? nautical mile (Admiralty) × (1853.184  ("m"/"nautical mile (Admiralty)")) / (299792458  ("m"/"light-second")) = ? light-second

### High precision conversion

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

Decimal places: (0-800)

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

 Start value: [nautical mile (Admiralty)] Step size [nautical mile (Admiralty)] How many lines? (max 100)

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106.1815564419569 × 10-5
200.00012363112883914
300.00018544669325871
400.00024726225767828
500.00030907782209785
600.00037089338651742
700.00043270895093698
800.00049452451535655
900.00055634007977612
1000.00061815564419569
1100.00067997120861526
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Convert Nautical mile (Admiralty) to other unit:

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

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### light-second

Definition of light-second unit: ≡ Distance light travels in one second in vacuum .

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