milliday to month (synodic) conversion

Conversion number between milliday [md] and month (synodic) [mo] is 3.3863191819277 × 10-5. This means, that milliday is smaller unit than month (synodic).

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milliday to month (synodic) conversion chart

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millidaymonth (synodic)
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100.00033863191819277
200.00067726383638554
300.0010158957545783
400.0013545276727711
500.0016931595909638
600.0020317915091566
700.0023704234273494
800.0027090553455421
900.0030476872637349
1000.0033863191819277
1100.0037249511001204
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milliday

Definition of milliday unit: ≡  1⁄1000 d. One thousandth of a day = 86400/1000

Convert Month (synodic) to other unit:

month (synodic)

Definition of month (synodic) unit: ≈ 29.530589 days. Synodic month = Cycle time of moon phases (example, from fool moon to next fool moon). This period is not constant and it is longer than moon rotation around Earth (sidereal month), because moon and Earth moves together around the Sun.


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