Convert Fermis (fm) to Astronomical Units (AU) | fm in AU

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# Let's convert Fermis (fm) to Astronomical Units (AU)

This quick and easy calculator will convert Fermis (fm) to Astronomical Units (AU) and show formula, brief history on the units and quick maths for the conversion.

## Quick Reference for Converting Fermis to Astronomical Units

Formula
AU = fm / 1.49598E+26
Quick Rough Maths
To get the Astronomical Units, divide the number of Fermis by 1.49598E+14 trillion
Fermis (fm) in 1 Astronomical Unit
There are 1.49598E+26 Fermis in 1 Astronomical Unit
Astronomical Units (AU) in 1 Fermi
There are 0 Astronomical Units in 1 Fermi

## Unit Information

Fermi
/ˈfəːmi/
Symbol: fm
Unit System: Non-SI metric

### What is the Fermi?

The fermis is a unit of length in the non-SI metric system and uses the symbol fm.

One fermi is equal to 1×10−15m or 3.9370×10−14 in.

It is used to measure nuclear distances and was named after the Italian physicist Enrico Fermi (1901–1954). It has now been replaced with the SI-derived term femtometre.

Astronomical Unit
/astrəˈnɒmɪk(ə)l ˈjuːnɪt/
Symbol: AU
Unit System: Astronomical system of units

### What is the Astronomical Unit?

The astronomical unit is a unit of length and is used in the Astronomical system of units and denoted by the symbol au.

It represents the average distance between the Earth and the Sun which is approximately 150 million kilometres (or 93 million miles).

It's used mostly to express distances within our Solar System.

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