day (sidereal) to gigaseconds conversion

Conversion number between day (sidereal) [d (sidereal)] and gigaseconds [Gs] is 8.6164090530833 × 10-5. This means, that day (sidereal) is smaller unit than gigaseconds.

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High precision conversion

If conversion between day (sidereal) to second and second to gigaseconds is exactly definied, high precision conversion from day (sidereal) to gigaseconds is enabled.

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day (sidereal) to gigaseconds conversion chart

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day (sidereal)gigaseconds
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100.00086164090530833
200.0017232818106167
300.002584922715925
400.0034465636212333
500.0043082045265416
600.00516984543185
700.0060314863371583
800.0068931272424666
900.007754768147775
1000.0086164090530833
1100.0094780499583916
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Convert Day (sidereal) to other unit:

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.

Convert Gigaseconds to other unit:

gigaseconds

Definition of gigaseconds unit: ≡ 109 s. one billion seconds


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