day (sidereal) to Planck time conversion

Conversion number between day (sidereal) [d (sidereal)] and Planck time is 1.5982476968006 × 10+48. This means, that day (sidereal) is bigger unit than Planck time.

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101.5982476968006 × 10+49
203.1964953936011 × 10+49
304.7947430904017 × 10+49
406.3929907872022 × 10+49
507.9912384840028 × 10+49
609.5894861808033 × 10+49
701.1187733877604 × 10+50
801.2785981574404 × 10+50
901.4384229271205 × 10+50
1001.5982476968006 × 10+50
1101.7580724664806 × 10+50
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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.

Convert Planck time to other unit:

Planck time

Definition of Planck time unit: ≡ ( Gℏ⁄c5) 1⁄2. It is the time required for light to travel in a vacuum a distance of 1 Planck length, approximately 5.39 × 10−44 s.


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