The answer is one Arcsecond is equal to 7.7160493827161e-7 Cycles and that means we can also write it as 1 Arcsecond = 7.7160493827161e-7 Cycles. Feel free to use our online unit conversion calculator to convert the unit from Arcsecond to Cycle. Just simply enter value 1 in Arcsecond and see the result in Cycle. Convert 1 Arcsecond to Cycles

By using our Arcsecond to Cycle conversion tool, you know that one Arcsecond is equivalent to 7.7160493827161e-7 Cycle. Hence, to convert Arcsecond to Cycle, we just need to multiply the number by 7.7160493827161e-7. We are going to use very simple Arcsecond to Cycle conversion formula for that. Pleas see the calculation example given below.

\(\text{1 Arcsecond} = 1 \times 7.7160493827161e-7 = \text{7.7160493827161e-7 Cycles}\)

Arcsec also known as arc second or second arc is a unit of angular measurement. One second of arc is equal to 1/60 of an arcminute, 1/3600 of a degree, 1/296000 of a turn. That means one full circle will have 1296000 arcseconds. Similar to arcmin, arcsec was originated in Babylonian astronomy as sexagesimal subdivisions of the degree. It is primarily used in fields where most of the work involves working with small angles such as optometry, ophthalmology, and astronomy. In astronomy related work, it is used for comparison of angular diameter of Moon, Sun, and planets. Apart from that, it is also used in cartography and navigation.

The symbol of Arcsecond is arcsec. This means you can also write one Arcsecond as 1 arcsec.

The cycle is a unit of plane angle measurement. Like turn, cycle is also referred as full circle, complete rotation, revolution or turn. One cycle in general is equal to 360 degrees.

The symbol of Cycle is cycle. This means you can also write one Cycle as 1 cycle.

Arcsecond [arcsec] | Cycle [cycle] |
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1 | 7.7160493827161e-7 |

2 | 0.0000015432098765432 |

3 | 0.0000023148148148148 |

4 | 0.0000030864197530864 |

5 | 0.000003858024691358 |

6 | 0.0000046296296296296 |

7 | 0.0000054012345679012 |

8 | 0.0000061728395061728 |

9 | 0.0000069444444444444 |

10 | 0.0000077160493827161 |

100 | 0.00007716049382716 |

1000 | 0.0007716049382716 |

Arcsecond [arcsec] | Output |
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1 arcsecond in arcmin is equal to | 0.016666666666667 |

1 arcsecond in cycle is equal to | 7.7160493827161e-7 |

1 arcsecond in degree is equal to | 0.00027777777777778 |

1 arcsecond in gradian is equal to | 0.00030864197530864 |

1 arcsecond in gon is equal to | 0.00030864197530864 |

1 arcsecond in octant is equal to | 0.0000061728395061728 |

1 arcsecond in quadrant is equal to | 0.0000030864197530864 |

1 arcsecond in radian is equal to | 0.0000048481368110954 |

1 arcsecond in sextant is equal to | 0.0000046296296296296 |

1 arcsecond in sign is equal to | 0.0000092592592592593 |

1 arcsecond in turn is equal to | 7.7160493827161e-7 |

1 arcsecond in circle 1/10 is equal to | 0.0000077160493827161 |

1 arcsecond in circle 1/16 is equal to | 0.000012345679012346 |

1 arcsecond in circle 1/2 is equal to | 0.0000015432098765432 |

1 arcsecond in circle 1/4 is equal to | 0.0000030864197530864 |

1 arcsecond in circle 1/6 is equal to | 0.0000046296296296296 |

1 arcsecond in circle 1/8 is equal to | 0.0000061728395061728 |

1 arcsecond in full circle is equal to | 7.7160493827161e-7 |

1 arcsecond in mil is equal to | 0.0049382716049383 |

1 arcsecond in minute is equal to | 0.016666666666667 |

1 arcsecond in point is equal to | 0.000024691358024691 |

1 arcsecond in second is equal to | 1 |

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