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The Distance Calculation of a Celestial Body through Parallax Method Calculator will calculate the:

- Distance of a star in parsecs using the parallax method

**Calculation Parameters:** The parallax angle is expressed in degree seconds; this method is used only for "not very distant stars"

Distance of the star (d) pc [parsec] |

Distance of the star (d) au [astronomical unit] |

Distance of the star (d) km [kilometer] |

Distance of the star (d) l.y [light year] |

Distance of the star calculation |
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d(pc) = 1/pd(pc) = 1/d(pc) = |

Distance Calculation of a Celestial Body through Parallax Method Calculator Input Values |

Parallax of a star (p) [angle second] |

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d(pc) = *1**/**p*

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