Time Conversion Table

 


second [s]:
millisecond [ms]:
microsecond [µs]:
nanosecond [ns]:
picosecond [ps]:
femtosecond [fs]:
attosecond [as]:
shake:
minute [min]:
hour [h]:
day [d]:
week:
month:
month (synodic):
year [y]:
year (Julian):
year (leap):
year (tropical):
year (sidereal):
day (sidereal):
hour (sidereal):
minute (sidereal):
second (sidereal):
fortnight:
decade:
century:
millennium:
septennial:
octennial:
novennial:
quindecennial:
quinquennial:
Planck time:

Most often used Time Unit measurement conversion
millenniums to centuries converter
1 millennium is equal 10 centuries

centuries to millenniums converter
1 century is equal 0.1 millennium

centuries to years converter
1 century is equal 100 years

years to centuries converter
1 year is equal 0.01 century

years to days converter
1 year is equal 364.99999999999 days

days to years converter
1 day is equal 0.0027397260273973 year

minutes to seconds (min to s) converter
1 minute is equal 60 seconds (s)

seconds to minutes (s to min) converter
1 second is equal 0.016666666666667 minute

seconds to milliseconds (s to ms) converter
1 second is equal 1000 milliseconds (ms)

milliseconds to seconds (ms to s) converter
1 millisecond is equal 0.001 second

microseconds to nanoseconds (µs to ns) converter
1 microsecond is equal 1000 nanoseconds (ns)

nanoseconds to microseconds (ns to µs) converter
1 nanosecond is equal 0.001 microsecond

milliseconds to minutes (ms to min) converter
1 millisecond is equal 1.6666666666667E-5 minute)

minutes to milliseconds (min to ms) converter
1 minute is equal 60000 milliseconds (ms)

Time, being a subject in many disciplines such as religion, philosophy and science, has been studied since antiquity and has been baffling observers. Time, in its most basic definition, is used sequence events, which help to compare the duration of events or the intervals between them.

As the various definitions it has, there are numbers of units for it, too. However, SI is seconds. The larger units of time include minute, hour, day, months, years, and millennium and so on.

As you must have known, month and year show significant variations, they are not equal to fixed multiples of 1 s, like other units of time.
There are various very small units, such as plank time unit and jiffy, having application in modern science.


Plank time unit—duration light takes to travel one Planck length—has application in theoretical physics, according to which it is the smallest duration measurement possible, equal to 10−43 seconds. Our site has accumulated all such units related to time at one place, which helps with time unit conversions.