year (Gregorian) to year (Julian) conversion

Conversion number between year (Gregorian) [a, y, or yr] and year (Julian) [a, y, or yr] is 0.9999794661191. This means, that year (Gregorian) is smaller unit than year (Julian).

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year (Gregorian)

Definition of year (Gregorian) unit: = 365.2425 d average. As the common year has 365 days, the Gregorian calendar with leap years compensate the deviation from the real, astronomical year. According to this calendar, every 4th year is a leap year, except for every 100th. But every 400th is a leap year. This means that there are 97 leap years in 400 year period. So according to Gregorian's calendar, one year has 365 + 97/400 days (average). This is not a perfect approach, but in 1000 year period, the defiation is only 0.3 days compared to the astronomical year. In the year 1582 Gregorian replaced the Julian calendar.

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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.

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