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Constants Fields

The Constants type exposes the following members.

Fields
  NameDescription
Public fieldStatic memberArcSecondsPerRadian
The number of arc seconds in one radian.
Public fieldStatic memberBoltzmanns
Boltzmanns constant in Watts /(Kelvin-Hz): 1.380658e-023.
Public fieldStatic memberDegreesPerHour
The number of degrees in an hour.
Public fieldStatic memberDegreesPerRadian
The number of degrees in a radian.
Public fieldStatic memberDegreesPerRevolution
The number of degrees in a complete revolution.
Public fieldStatic memberDragCount
A dimensionless unit of drag equivalent to a drag coefficient of 0.0001.
Public fieldStatic memberEarthSurfaceGravity
Earth standard surface gravity at sea level according to the International System of Units and the 3rd General Conference on Weights and Measures, in meters per second squared: 9.80665.
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon1
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-1
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon10
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-10
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon11
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-11
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon12
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-12
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon13
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-13
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon14
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-14
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon15
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-15
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon16
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-16
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon17
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-17
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon18
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-18
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon19
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-19
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon2
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-2
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon20
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-20
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon3
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-3
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon4
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-4
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon5
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-5
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon6
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-6
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon7
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-7
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon8
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-8
Public fieldStatic memberEpsilon9
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e-9
Public fieldStatic memberFourPi
Four PI.
Public fieldStatic memberGoldenRatio
The golden ratio.
Public fieldStatic memberHalfPi
Half of PI.
Public fieldStatic memberMinutesPerDegree
The number of minutes in a degree.
Public fieldStatic memberPlancksConstant
Planck's constant in Js.
Public fieldStatic memberQuarterPi
One quarter of PI.
Public fieldStatic memberRadiansPerArcSecond
The number of radians in one arc second.
Public fieldStatic memberRadiansPerDegree
The number of radians in a degree.
Public fieldStatic memberSecondsPerDegree
The number of seconds in a degree.
Public fieldStatic memberSecondsPerMinute
The number of seconds in a minute.
Public fieldStatic memberSolarLuminosity
Solar Luminosity in Watts: 3.839E26, taken from "An Introduction to Modern Astrophysics", by Carrol et. al, published 2007.
Public fieldStatic memberSpeedOfLight
The speed of light in m/s: 299792458.0
Public fieldStatic memberThreeHalvesPi
Three-halves PI.
Public fieldStatic memberTwoPi
Twice PI.
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