Q: How many arcseconds are in 4 degrees?

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5 degrees is 18,000 arcseconds.

It is impossible to convert arcseconds into metres without knowing the scale of angle measurement.

3600 seconds.

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3 Degrees to Arcseconds = 10,800

5 degrees is 18,000 arcseconds.

There are 10 degrees in 36,000 arcseconds. There are 3600 arcseconds in a degree, and 36,000 divided by 3,600 is 10.

It is impossible to convert arcseconds into metres without knowing the scale of angle measurement.

3600 seconds.

A star at the celestial equator will move 15 degrees in altitude per hour, and 15 arcseconds in 1 second of time. This is because the celestial equator intersects the celestial sphere at 90 degrees from the north and south celestial poles, so the stars appear to move in circles around the celestial poles.

1 minute = 60 seconds1 degree = 60 minutes = (60 x 60) = 3,600secondsAn arcsecond is simply a second in terms of degrees. There are 60 arcseconds in one arcminute, and 60 arcminutes in one degree. Therefore, there are 3,600 arcseconds in one degree. This is determined by multiplying 60 by 60, and this equals 3,600.

More solar radiation reaches Jupiter than any other object, because it occupies more of the sun's "field of vision" than any other object. In other words, as seen from the sun, Jupiter "looks biggest," as a near-circle whose average diameter spans an angle of 37 arcseconds.Here is a list of the planets in order by average apparent size as seen from the sun:Jupiter (37.04 arcseconds)Venus (23.07 arcseconds)Earth (17.57 arcseconds)Mercury (17.38 arcseconds)Saturn (17.34 arcseconds)Mars (6.13 arcseconds)Uranus (3.67 arcseconds)Neptune (2.27 arcseconds)

3600

4 degrees Celsius is equal to 39.2 degrees Fahrenheit.

4 degrees Celsius = 39.2 degrees Fahrenheit

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