How many millennium in 1 sidereal month?
The answer is 7.4853868594622E-5.
We assume you are converting between millennium and sidereal month.
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millennium or sidereal month
The SI base unit for time is the second.
1 second is equal to 3.1709791983765E-11 millennium, or 4.2362262070237E-7 sidereal month.
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1 millennium to sidereal month = 13359.36297 sidereal month
2 millennium to sidereal month = 26718.72593 sidereal month
3 millennium to sidereal month = 40078.0889 sidereal month
4 millennium to sidereal month = 53437.45187 sidereal month
5 millennium to sidereal month = 66796.81483 sidereal month
6 millennium to sidereal month = 80156.1778 sidereal month
7 millennium to sidereal month = 93515.54077 sidereal month
8 millennium to sidereal month = 106874.90373 sidereal month
9 millennium to sidereal month = 120234.2667 sidereal month
10 millennium to sidereal month = 133593.62966 sidereal month
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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.
The sidereal month is defined as the Moon's orbital period in a non-rotating frame of reference (which on average is equal to its rotation period in the same frame). It is about 27.32166 days (27 days, 7 hours, 43 minutes, 11.6 seconds). The exact duration of the orbital period cannot be easily determined, because the 'non-rotating frame of reference' cannot be observed directly. However, it is approximately equal to the time it takes the Moon to pass twice a "fixed" star (different stars give different results because all have proper motions and are not really fixed in position).
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