## ››Convert light hour to palm [Britain, Roman minor]

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 Did you mean to convert light-hour to palm [Britain, Roman minor] palm [Dutch] palm [US, Roman major]

How many light-hour in 1 palm? The answer is 6.9492519832948E-14.
We assume you are converting between light hour and palm [Britain, Roman minor].
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 9.2656693110598E-13 light-hour, or 13.333333333333 palm.
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Use this page to learn how to convert between light hours and palm [Britain, Roman minor].
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## ››Quick conversion chart of light-hour to palm

1 light-hour to palm = 14390037984000 palm

2 light-hour to palm = 28780075968000 palm

3 light-hour to palm = 43170113952000 palm

4 light-hour to palm = 57560151936000 palm

5 light-hour to palm = 71950189920000 palm

6 light-hour to palm = 86340227904000 palm

7 light-hour to palm = 1.00730265888E+14 palm

8 light-hour to palm = 1.15120303872E+14 palm

9 light-hour to palm = 1.29510341856E+14 palm

10 light-hour to palm = 1.4390037984E+14 palm

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## ››Definition: Light-hour

A light-hour (also written light hour) is a unit of length. It is the distance travelled by light in vacuum in one hour. Based on the current definition of the metre a light-hour is equal to 1,079,252,848,800 metres (~1.08 Tm).

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