Units of Measurement

The International System of Units, sometimes abbreviated as SI, is the measurement system officially adopted almost everywhere in the world. It consists of a set of seven base units that include second, metre, kilogram, ampere, kelvin, mole, and candela. These units allow an unlimited number of additional derived units, through which it is theoretically possible to measure everything in the universe. In addition to these units, there are others that can measure the same quantities. The distance and size of things can be measured in meters, but also converted in kilometres, miles, feet, inches or light years.

All length units converted in light-years

This list presents a set of units of distance measurement converted into light-years.

Unit
Symbol
In
Light-Years
ÅngströmÅ0.000000000000000000000000011
Astronomical UnitAU0.000016
Centimetrecm0.0000000000000000011
Chain--0.0000000000000021
Decametredam0.0000000000000011
Decimetredm0.000000000000000011
Fathom--0.00000000000000019
Footft0.000000000000000032
Furlong--0.000000000000021
Gigalight-yearGly1,000,000,000
GigametreGm0.00000011
GigaparsecGpc3,261,811,648
Handh0.000000000000000011
Hectometrehm0.000000000000011
Inchin0.0000000000000000027
Kilolight-yearkly1,000
Kilometrekm0.00000000000011
Kiloparseckpc3,262
Light-yearly1
Megalight-yearMly1,000,000
MegametreMm0.00000000011
MegaparsecMpc3,261,812
Metrem0.00000000000000011
Micrometreμm0.00000000000000000000011
Milemi0.00000000000017
Millimetremm0.00000000000000000011
Nanometrenm0.00000000000000000000000011
Nautical Milenmi0.00000000000020
Parsecpc3.26
Perch--0.00000000000000053
Pole--0.00000000000000053
Rodrd0.00000000000000053
Yardyd0.000000000000000097