atomic unit of time to day (sidereal) conversion

Conversion number between atomic unit of time [au] and day (sidereal) [d (sidereal)] is 2.8072997830151 × 10-22. This means, that atomic unit of time is smaller unit than day (sidereal).

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atomic unit of timeday (sidereal)
102.8072997830151 × 10-21
205.6145995660302 × 10-21
308.4218993490453 × 10-21
401.122919913206 × 10-20
501.4036498915075 × 10-20
601.6843798698091 × 10-20
701.9651098481106 × 10-20
802.2458398264121 × 10-20
902.5265698047136 × 10-20
1002.8072997830151 × 10-20
1103.0880297613166 × 10-20
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atomic unit of time

Definition of atomic unit of time unit: ≡ a0/(α·c). This is the smallest meaningful time unit under which an electron takes a circle on the first Bohr pitch divided by 2π.

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day (sidereal)

Definition of day (sidereal) unit: ≈ 23 h, 56 min, 4.0916 sec. A sidereal day is the time needed for the Earth to rotate once around its axis so that the distant stars appear in the same position in the sky. This is ~4 minutes shorter than the solar day.

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