How many anomalistic month in 1 millennium?
The answer is 13246.451130576.
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The SI base unit for time is the second.
1 second is equal to 4.2004220987365E-7 anomalistic month, or 3.1709791983765E-11 millennium.
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An anomalistic month is the average time the Moon takes to go from perigee to perigee - the point in the Moon's orbit when it is closest to Earth. An anomalistic month is about 27.55455 days on average.
A millennium is a period of time equal to one thousand years. There are two main viewpoints about naming millennia and there was a popular debate leading up to the celebrations of the year 2000 as to whether 2000 was the beginning of a new millennium. Historically, there has been debate around the turn of the millennium, centuries and decades before.
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