How many ns in 1 Gregorian year?
The answer is 3.1556952E+16.
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The SI base unit for time is the second.
1 second is equal to 1000000000 ns, or 3.1688738506811E-8 Gregorian year.
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The SI prefix "nano" represents a factor of 10-9, or in exponential notation, 1E-9.
So 1 nanosecond = 10-9 arcseconds.
The definition of a second is as follows:
A second of arc or arcsecond is a unit of angular measurement which comprises one-sixtieth of an arcminute, or 1/3600 of a degree of arc or 1/1296000 (approximately 7.7×10-7) of a circle. It is the angular diameter of an object of 1 unit diameter at a distance of 360×60×60/(2pi) (approximately 206,265 units), such as (approximately) 1 cm at 2.1 km, or, directly from the definition, 1 astronomical unit at 1 parsec.
An average Gregorian year is 365.2425 days (52.1775 weeks, 8765.82 hours, 525949.2 minutes or 31556952 seconds). For this calendar, a common year is 365 days (8760 hours, 525600 minutes or 31536000 seconds), and a leap year is 366 days (8784 hours, 527040 minutes or 31622400 seconds). The 400-year cycle of the Gregorian calendar has 146097 days and hence exactly 20871 weeks.
ag = a_g = 365.2425 days for the mean Gregorian year
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