How many light-minute in 1 klick?
The answer is 5.5594015866359E-8.
We assume you are converting between light minute and klick.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 5.5594015866359E-11 light-minute, or 0.001 klick.
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››Quick conversion chart of light-minute to klick

1 light-minute to klick = 17987547.48 klick

2 light-minute to klick = 35975094.96 klick

3 light-minute to klick = 53962642.44 klick

4 light-minute to klick = 71950189.92 klick

5 light-minute to klick = 89937737.4 klick

6 light-minute to klick = 107925284.88 klick

7 light-minute to klick = 125912832.36 klick

8 light-minute to klick = 143900379.84 klick

9 light-minute to klick = 161887927.32 klick

10 light-minute to klick = 179875474.8 klick

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A light-minute (also written light minute) is a unit of length. It is defined as the distance light travels in an absolute vacuum in one minute or 17,987,547,480 metres (~18 Gm). Note that this value is exact, since the metre is actually defined in terms of the light-second.

››Definition: Klick

Klick (sometimes spelled click) is a common military term meaning kilometre (or sometimes kilometres per hour). Its use became popular among soldiers in Vietnam during the 1960s, although veterans of the war recall its usage as early as the 1950s. Its origin is sometimes linked with the Australian army in Korea.

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