How long is a light-year in meters?

Answer A light-year equates to 9.460730473e+15 meters, or 9,460,730,473,000,000 meters, according to the Accelware unit conversion calculator. This number can vary slightly in the real world because of di... Read More »

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How many meters are in a light year?

One light year is equivalent to 9.46 x 10^15 m, or 94,600,000,000,000,000 m. A light year is defined as the distance that light travels in one year as it moves at its maximum speed of 299,792,458 m... Read More »

How far is a light year in meters?

A light year is a measure of distance defined by the distance that light could cover over the period of one year. A light year is equal to 9,460,000,000,000 meters, or 9.46 trillion kilometers. Lig... Read More »

How many meters does light travel in a year?

According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Units of Distance, light travels 9,460,000,000 kilometers (km) per year. Since there are 1,000 meters (m) per km, light travels 9,460... Read More »

A train 55 meters long passes a railway station 220 meters long in 10 seconds. How many seconds will it take t?

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