khagoleeya ikaai

1 khagoleeya ikaai =
SI ikaaiyaaain
149.60×106 km 149.60×109 m
khagoleeya ikaaiyaaain
{{{m}}}/1|{{{a}}}+0}} AU 1.58125E-5 ly
US customary / Imperial units
92.956×106 mi 490.81×109 ft

khagoleeya ikaai (AU ya au ya a.u. ya yad kada ua) lambaai ki ikaai hai, jo lagbhag 150 million kilometer hai aur pruthvi se soorya ki doori par aadhaarit hai. iski sahi sahi maan hai 149,597,870,691 ± 30 meter (lagbhag 150 million kilometer ya 93 million meal).

iska chinh ua antarraashtreeya bhaar evam maap bureau dvaara anumodit hai.[1] lekin angreji bolte deshon mein iska ulta roop - au - prachalit hai.[2]

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dooriyaan lagbhag ausat dooruyaan hain. khagoleeya pindon ki dooriyaan apni kaksha mein vichran ke dauraan badal sakti hain, jisko dhyaan rakhana anivaarya hai.

  • The Earth is 1.00 ± 0.02 AU from the Sun.
  • The Moon is 0.0026 ± 0.0001 AU from the Earth.
  • Mars is 1.52 ± 0.14 AU from the Sun.
  • Jupiter is 5.20 ± 0.05 AU from the Sun.
  • Pluto is 39.5 ± 9.8 AU from the Sun.
  • The Kuiper Belt begins at roughly 35 AU
  • Beginning of Scattered disk at 45 AU (10 AU overlap with Kuiper Belt)
  • Ending of Kuiper Belt at 50-55 AU
  • 90377 Sedna's orbit ranges between 76 and 942 AU from the Sun; Sedna is currently (as of 2006) about 90 AU from the Sun.
  • 94 AU: Termination shock between Solar winds/Interstellar winds/Interstellar medium.
  • 100 AU: Heliosheath
  • 105 AU: As of February 2008, Voyager 1 is the furthest of any human-made objects from the Sun.
  • 100-150 AU: Ending of Scattered Disk
  • 500-3000 AU: Beginning of Hills cloud/"Inner Oort Cloud"
  • 20,000 AU: Ending of Hills Cloud/"Inner Oort Cloud", beginning of "Outer Oort Cloud"
  • 50,000 AU: possible closest estimate of the "Outer Oort Cloud" limits (1.0 ly)
  • 100,000 AU: possible farthest estimate of the "Outer Oort Cloud" limits (1.6 ly).
  • 125,000 AU: maximum extent of influence of the Sun's gravitational field (Hill/Roche sphere). beyond this is true interstellar space. This distance is roughly 1.8-2.0 light-years.
  • Proxima Centauri (the nearest star to Earth, excluding our own Sun) is ~268 000 AU away from the Sun.
  • The mean diameter of Betelgeuse is 2.57 AU.
  • The distance from the Sun to the centre of the Milky Way is approximately 1.7×a109 AU.

Some conversion factors:

  • 1 AU = 149 597 870.691 ± 0.030 km ≈ 92 955 807 mi ≈ 8.317 light minutes ≈ 499 light-seconds
  • 1 light-second ≈ 0.002 AU
  • 1 gigametre ≈ 0.007 AU
  • 1 light-minute ≈ 0.120 AU
  • 1 microparsec ≈ 0.206 AU
  • 1 terametre ≈ 6.685 AU
  • 1 light-hour ≈ 7.214 AU
  • 1 light-day ≈ 173.263 AU
  • 1 milliparsec ≈ 206.265 AU
  • 1 light-week ≈ 1212.84 AU
  • 1 light-month ≈ 5197.9 AU
  • 1 light-year ≈ 63,241 AU
  • 1 parsec ≈ 206,265 AU

sandarbh

  • E. Myles Standish. "Report of the IAU WGAS Sub-group on Numerical Standards". In Highlights of Astronomy, I. Appenzeller, ed. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995. (Complete report available online: PostScript. Tables from the report also available: Astrodynamic Constants and Parameters)
  • D. D. McCarthy ed., IERS Conventions (1996), IERS Technical Note 21, Observatoire de Paris, July 1996
  1. saaaincha:SIbrochure,
  2. IAU Website: Units

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