1 E7 s

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Template:Associations/Orders of magnitude (time) To help compare orders of magnitude of different times this page lists times between 116 days and 1157 days or 3.2 years (107 seconds and 108 seconds).

  • Shorter times
  • 10 megaseconds = 115.74 days
  • 128.6 days — half life of thulium-170
  • 138 days — half life of polonium- 210
  • 224.701 days — one orbit of Venus
  • 271.79 days — half life of cobalt-57
  • 280 days — average length of a human pregnancy; ~24 million seconds
  • 330 days — half life of vanadium-49
  • 333.5 days — half life of californium-248
  • 353, 354 or 355 days — the lengths of regular years in some lunisolar calendars
  • 354.37 days — 12 lunar months; the average length of a year in lunar calendars
  • — The value of pi times 107 seconds is sometimes given as an approximate year value; it works out to 363.61026 days.
  • 365 days — a regular year in many solar calendars; ~31.53 million seconds
  • 365.24219 days — a mean tropical year near the year 2000
  • 365.2424 days — a vernal equinox year.
  • 365.2425 days — the average length of a year in the Gregorian calendar
  • 365.25 days — the average length of a year in the Julian calendar
  • 365.2564 days — a sidereal year
  • 366 days — a leap year in many solar calendars; 31.62 million seconds
  • 373.59 days — half-life of ruthenium-106
  • 383, 384 or 385 days — the lengths of leap years in some lunisolar calendars
  • 383.9 days — 13 lunar months; leap year in some lunisolar calendars
  • 396.1 days — half-life of neptunium-235
  • 462.6 days — half-life of cadmium-109
  • 1.88 years — one orbit of Mars
  • 1.92 years — half life of thulium-171
  • 100 megaseconds = 3.2 years
  • Longer times

See also

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