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Template:Associations/Orders of magnitude (time) To help compare orders of magnitude of different times this page lists times between 106 seconds and 107 seconds (approximately 11.6 days and 116 days). A megasecond is one million seconds. See also times of other orders of magnitude.

  • shorter times
  • 1.21×106 seconds = 14 days – a fortnight
  • 1.38×106 seconds = 15.9735 days – half life of vanadium-48
  • 1.54×106 seconds = 17.81 days – half life of californium-253
  • 2.36×106 seconds = 27.3217 days – sidereal month
  • 2.39×106 seconds = 27.7025 days – half life of chromium-51
  • 2.42×106 seconds = 28 days – length of February in non-leap years
  • 2.51×106 seconds = 29 days – length of February in a leap year
  • 2.55×106 seconds = 29.53059 days – mean synodic month
  • 2.59×106 seconds = 30 days – length of the months April, June, September, and November
  • 2.629746×106 seconds = 30.436875 days – mean length of a Gregorian calendar month
  • 2.68×106 seconds = 31 days – length of the months January, March, May, July, August, October, and December
  • 4.45×106 seconds = 51.5 days – half life of mendelevium-258
  • 5.23×106 seconds = 60.5 days – half life of californium-254
  • 6.68×106 seconds = 77.27 days – half life of cobalt-56
  • 7.24×106 seconds = 83.79 days – half life of scandium-46
  • 7.54×106 seconds = 87.32 days – half life of sulfur-35
  • 7.60×106 seconds = 87 days 23.3 hours – one orbit of Mercury
  • 7.78×106 seconds = 90 days – approximate length of a quarter year, a common corporate and financial reporting interval
  • 8.04×106 seconds = 93.1 days – half life of thulium-168
  • 8.68×106 seconds = 100.5 days – half life of fermium-257
  • longer times

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