# Length Converter and Distance Converter

Use this length and distance converter to convert instantly between centimeters, feet, meters, kilometers, miles and other metric and imperial units of length and distance.

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## Conversion units for the Length and Distance Converter

Angstroms (A), Astronomical Units (AU, UA), Centimeters (cm), Chains (ch), Decimeters (dm), Dekameters (dam), Fathoms (fath), Feet (ft), Furlongs (fur), Gigameters (Gm), Hands, Hectometers (hm), Inches (in), Kilometers (km), Light years (ly), Meters (m), Micrometers (µm), Microns (µ), Miles (mi), Milli-inches (mil), Millimeters (mm), Millimicrons (mµ), Nanometers (nm), Nautical Miles, Parsecs (pc), Picas, Points, Statute Miles (mi), Twips, Yards (yd),

A meters to feet & inches converter is available, should you need it, as well as a cm to inches converter, inches to cm converter and mm to inches converter. In addition, one of our featured articles discusses how you can measure how many steps there are in a mile, alongside the steps to miles calculator.

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## Length Converter and Distance Converter Definitions

**Angstrom**

An Angstrom is a non-SI unit of length that is internationally recognized, equal to 0.1 nanometre (nm). It is sometimes used in expressing the sizes of atoms, lengths of chemical bonds and visible-light spectra, and dimensions of parts of integrated circuits. It is commonly applied in structural biology. Full description is available on Wikipedia.

**Astronomical Unit**

The astronomical unit (AU or au or a.u. or sometimes ua) is a unit of length that is approximately equal to the distance from the Earth to the Sun. The currently accepted value of the AU is 149,597,870,691 +/- 30 metres (nearly 150 million kilometres or 93 million miles). Full description is available on Wikipedia.

**NB**: The definitions given above are licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License