nanoseconds to year (Julian) conversion

Conversion number between nanoseconds [ns] and year (Julian) [a, y, or yr] is 3.1688087814029 × 10-17. This means, that nanoseconds is smaller unit than year (Julian).

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from year (Julian) to nanoseconds conversion

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Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 nanoseconds = (exactly) (0.000000001) / (31557600) = 3.1688087814029 × 10-17 year (Julian)
• 1 year (Julian) = (exactly) (31557600) / (0.000000001) = 3.15576 × 10+16 nanoseconds
• ? nanoseconds × (0.000000001  ("s"/"nanoseconds")) / (31557600  ("s"/"year (Julian)")) = ? year (Julian)

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If conversion between nanoseconds to second and second to year (Julian) is exactly definied, high precision conversion from nanoseconds to year (Julian) is enabled.

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nanosecondsyear (Julian)
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103.1688087814029 × 10-16
206.3376175628058 × 10-16
309.5064263442087 × 10-16
401.2675235125612 × 10-15
501.5844043907014 × 10-15
601.9012852688417 × 10-15
702.218166146982 × 10-15
802.5350470251223 × 10-15
902.8519279032626 × 10-15
1003.1688087814029 × 10-15
1103.4856896595432 × 10-15
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nanoseconds

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

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year (Julian)

Definition of year (Julian) unit: = 365.25 d average. The basic calendar year has 365 days, but in fact the Earth needs a little more time around the sun. The Julian calendar compensated this with leap year (every fourth year had 366 days). According to the formula, a Julian year has 365 + 1/4 = 365.25 days. But even with this compensation, the astronomical year slip 0.78 days every 100 years into real seasons. Therefore, most countries have moved to the Gregorian calendar introduced in 1582. ← Back to Time units 