Millimeter (mm) is one thousandth of a meter (10-3 m), so its an aliquot. The millimeter is widely used in many measurements, very often it can be found on various rulers or measuring tapes.
Light year (ly) is a unit of distance used in astronomy. One light year is equal to the distance traveled by light in a vacuum over one Julian year (365.25 days).
|Milimeters (mm)||Light years (ly)|
|0.0001 mm||1.056970721911E-23 ly|
|0.001 mm||1.056970721911E-22 ly|
|0.01 mm||1.056970721911E-21 ly|
|0.1 mm||1.056970721911E-20 ly|
|1 mm||1.056970721911E-19 ly|
|3 mm||3.170912165733E-19 ly|
|5 mm||5.284853609555E-19 ly|
|10 mm||1.056970721911E-18 ly|
|15 mm||1.5854560828665E-18 ly|
|50 mm||5.284853609555E-18 ly|
|100 mm||1.056970721911E-17 ly|
|1000 mm||1.056970721911E-16 ly|
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