# blink to Hipparchic cycle conversion

Conversion number between blink and Hipparchic cycle is 2.605951743611 × 10-11. This means, that blink is smaller unit than Hipparchic cycle.

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### Enter the number in blink:

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eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in Hipparchic cycle

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 blink = (0.25) / (9593424000) = 2.605951743611 × 10-11 Hipparchic cycle
• 1 Hipparchic cycle = (9593424000) / (0.25) = 38373696000 blink
• ? blink × (0.25  ("s"/"blink")) / (9593424000  ("s"/"Hipparchic cycle")) = ? Hipparchic cycle

### High precision conversion

If conversion between blink to second and second to Hipparchic cycle is exactly definied, high precision conversion from blink to Hipparchic cycle is enabled.

Since definition contain rounded number(s) too, there is no sense for high precision calculation, but if you want, you can enable it. Keep in mind, that converted number will be inaccurate due this rounding error!

### blink to Hipparchic cycle conversion chart

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102.605951743611 × 10-10
205.2119034872221 × 10-10
307.8178552308331 × 10-10
401.0423806974444 × 10-9
501.3029758718055 × 10-9
601.5635710461666 × 10-9
701.8241662205277 × 10-9
802.0847613948888 × 10-9
902.3453565692499 × 10-9
1002.605951743611 × 10-9
1102.8665469179721 × 10-9
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## Multiple conversion

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Definition of blink unit: ≈ 0.25 s. Human blink duration ranges from 0.1 to 0.4 seconds. Blink time is calculated as average of this range, and this value is a quarter of a second.

Convert Hipparchic cycle to other unit:

### Hipparchic cycle

Definition of Hipparchic cycle unit: ≡ 4 Callippic cycles - 1 d. A lunar cycle noticed by Hipparchus. Eric Weisstein's World of Biography It consists of four Callipic cycles less a day, in which (4 × 27759 - 1) days are very nearly 3760 months, ≡ 9.593424 Gs

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