How many light years in 1 rod [survey]?
The answer is 5.315879226235E-16.
We assume you are converting between light year and rod [survey].
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rod [survey]
The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 1.0570008340246E-16 light years, or 0.19883838383838 rod [survey].
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››Quick conversion chart of light years to rod [survey]

1 light years to rod [survey] = 1.8811563570985E+15 rod [survey]

2 light years to rod [survey] = 3.762312714197E+15 rod [survey]

3 light years to rod [survey] = 5.6434690712955E+15 rod [survey]

4 light years to rod [survey] = 7.5246254283941E+15 rod [survey]

5 light years to rod [survey] = 9.4057817854926E+15 rod [survey]

6 light years to rod [survey] = 1.1286938142591E+16 rod [survey]

7 light years to rod [survey] = 1.316809449969E+16 rod [survey]

8 light years to rod [survey] = 1.5049250856788E+16 rod [survey]

9 light years to rod [survey] = 1.6930407213887E+16 rod [survey]

10 light years to rod [survey] = 1.8811563570985E+16 rod [survey]

A light year, abbreviated ly, is the distance light travels in one year: roughly 9.46 × 1012 kilometres (9.46 petametres, or about 5.88 × 1012 (nearly six trillion) miles). More specifically, a light year is defined as the distance that a photon would travel, in free space and infinitely far away from any gravitational or magnetic fields, in one Julian year (365.25 days of 86400 seconds each).

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