Constants Fields 
The Constants type exposes the following members.
Name  Description  

ArcSecondsPerRadian 
The number of arc seconds in one radian.
 
Boltzmanns 
Boltzmann's constant in Watts /(KelvinHz): 1.380658e023.
 
DegreesPerHour 
The number of degrees in an hour.
 
DegreesPerRadian 
The number of degrees in a radian.
 
DegreesPerRevolution 
The number of degrees in a complete revolution.
 
DragCount 
A dimensionless unit of drag equivalent to a drag coefficient of 0.0001.
 
EarthSurfaceGravity 
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.
 
Epsilon1 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e1
 
Epsilon10 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e10
 
Epsilon11 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e11
 
Epsilon12 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e12
 
Epsilon13 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e13
 
Epsilon14 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e14
 
Epsilon15 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e15
 
Epsilon16 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e16
 
Epsilon17 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e17
 
Epsilon18 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e18
 
Epsilon19 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e19
 
Epsilon2 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e2
 
Epsilon20 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e20
 
Epsilon3 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e3
 
Epsilon4 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e4
 
Epsilon5 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e5
 
Epsilon6 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e6
 
Epsilon7 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e7
 
Epsilon8 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e8
 
Epsilon9 
A small number useful for comparisons, 1e9
 
FourPi 
Four PI.
 
GoldenRatio 
The golden ratio.
 
HalfPi 
Half of PI.
 
MinutesPerDegree 
The number of minutes in a degree.
 
PlancksConstant 
Planck's constant in Js.
 
QuarterPi 
One quarter of PI.
 
RadiansPerArcSecond 
The number of radians in one arc second.
 
RadiansPerDegree 
The number of radians in a degree.
 
SecondsPerDegree 
The number of seconds in a degree.
 
SecondsPerMinute 
The number of seconds in a minute.
 
SolarLuminosity  Obsolete.
Solar Luminosity in Watts: 3.839E26, taken from "An Introduction to Modern Astrophysics", by Carrol et. al, published 2007.
 
SolarLuminosity2007Carroll 
Solar Luminosity in Watts: 3.839E26, taken from "An Introduction to Modern Astrophysics", by Carrol et. al, published 2007.
 
SolarLuminosity2015IauResolutionB3 
Solar Luminosity in Watts: 3.828E26, taken from
"Resolution B3 on recommended nominal conversion constants for selected solar and planetary properties", August 13, 2015.
 
SpeedOfLight 
The speed of light in m/s: 299792458.0
 
ThreeHalvesPi 
Threehalves PI.
 
TwoPi 
Twice PI.
