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How many rod [international] in 1 gigaparsec?
The answer is 6.1355245367056E+24.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 0.19883878151595 rod [international], or 3.2407788498994E-26 gigaparsec.
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A rod is a unit of length, equal to 11 cubits, 5.0292 metres or 16.5 feet. A rod is the same length as a perch and a pole. The lengths of the perch (one rod) and chain (four rods) were standardized in 1607 by Edmund Gunter.
The length is equal to the standardized length of the ox goad used by medieval English ploughmen; fields were measured in acres which were one chain (four rods) by one furlong (in the United Kingdom, ten chains).
The SI prefix "giga" represents a factor of 109, or in exponential notation, 1E9.
So 1 gigaparsec = 109 parsecs.
The definition of a parsec is as follows:
The parsec (symbol pc) is a unit of length used in astronomy. It stands for "parallax of one arc second", and is approximately 19,131,554,073,600 (19 trillion) miles.
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