nanoseconds to month (synodic) conversion

Conversion number between nanoseconds [ns] and month (synodic) [mo] is 3.9193509050089 × 10-16. This means, that nanoseconds is smaller unit than month (synodic).

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nanosecondsmonth (synodic)
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103.9193509050089 × 10-15
207.8387018100178 × 10-15
301.1758052715027 × 10-14
401.5677403620036 × 10-14
501.9596754525044 × 10-14
602.3516105430053 × 10-14
702.7435456335062 × 10-14
803.1354807240071 × 10-14
903.527415814508 × 10-14
1003.9193509050089 × 10-14
1104.3112859955098 × 10-14
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nanoseconds

Definition of nanoseconds unit: ≡ 10-9 s. billionth part or a second

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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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