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# Arcseconds

An arcsecond (arsec) or second of arc is 1/60 of an arcminute, 1/3600 of a degree, 1/1296000 of a turn, and π/648000 (about 1/206265) of a radian.

Arcseconds
Symbol/abbreviation: arcsec
Unit of: ANGLE
ANGLE's base unit: radians (Non-SI Unit)
In relation to the base unit (radians), 1 Arcseconds = 4.848137E-6 radians.
[Conversion table] 1 Arcseconds (arcsec) to all angle units
1 arcsec= 0.00493827030969 angular mils (µ mil)
1 arcsec= 0.0166666792717 arcminutes (arcmin)
1 arcsec= 1 arcseconds (arcsec)
1 arcsec= 0.000197530871944 binary degrees (b deg)
1 arcsec= 0.0308641265597 centesimal minute of arc (c MOA)
1 arcsec= 3.08642051546 centesimal second of arc (c SOA)
1 arcsec= 7.71604392037E-7 circles (o)
1 arcsec= 0.000277777777769 degrees (°deg)
1 arcsec= 0.000290888220116 diameter parts (Ø part)
1 arcsec= 0.0003086419926 gons (gon)
1 arcsec= 1.85185192407E-5 hour angles (HA)
1 arcsec= 1000000.04125 microarcseconds (μas)
1 arcsec= 1000.00004125 milliarcseconds (mas)