year (sidereal) to Planck time conversion

Conversion number between year (sidereal) [a, y, or yr] and Planck time is 5.8536845064041 × 10+50. This means, that year (sidereal) is bigger unit than Planck time.

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year (sidereal)Planck time
105.8536845064041 × 10+51
201.1707369012808 × 10+52
301.7561053519212 × 10+52
402.3414738025616 × 10+52
502.9268422532021 × 10+52
603.5122107038425 × 10+52
704.0975791544829 × 10+52
804.6829476051233 × 10+52
905.2683160557637 × 10+52
1005.8536845064041 × 10+52
1106.4390529570445 × 10+52
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year (sidereal)

Definition of year (sidereal) unit: ≈ 365.256363004 d. Sidereal year is a time taken for Sun to return to the same position with respect to the stars of the celestial sphere, approximately 365.256363 days.

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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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