Astronomical Converter

Convert between several astronomical unit [1996], kilometer, light second, light minute, light hour, light day, light year,parsec, meter, mile etc.

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  • Step 1: Select the Tool
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  • Step 2: To perform a Astronomical Converter, walk through the steps below:
  1. Select the unit of the From(source).
  2. Enter the From(source) value into the box at the top left.
  3. Select the unit of the To(target).
  4. The Astronomical Converter is automatically performed and the result is displayed at the right-hand side.
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Units of measurement

Conversion units for the Astronomical Converter

astronomical unit [1996], kilometer, light second, light minute, light hour, light day, light year [Julian], light year [tropical], light year [traditional], parsec, meter, mile


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FAQs for Astronomical Converter

What is an astronomical unit?
An astronomical unit (AU) is a unit of distance used in astronomy, approximately equal to the average distance between the Earth and the Sun, about 93 million miles (150 million kilometers).
How to calculate astronomical units in kilometers, miles?
To calculate astronomical units (AU) in kilometers, multiply the AU value by approximately 149.6 million kilometers, and in miles, multiply by approximately 93 million miles.
How many astronomical units is Earth from the Sun?
Earth is approximately 1 astronomical unit (AU) away from the Sun.
What is the Jupiter's distance from the Sun in astronomical units?
Jupiter's average distance from the Sun is approximately 5.2 astronomical units (AU).
How do I convert from astronomical units to km?
To convert from astronomical units (AU) to kilometers (km), multiply the AU value by approximately 149.6 million kilometers.
Is the astronomical unit an SI unit?
No, the astronomical unit (AU) is not an SI unit; it is a commonly used unit in astronomy to represent distances within the solar system.