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Unitas astronomica (ua) est unitas intervalli non ad systema SI attinens, quae longitudinem mediam inter Solem et Tellurem describit. Unio Astronomica Internationalis (UAI) anno 2012 hanc unitatem ita definivit: 1 ua = 149 597 870 700 m.
- ↑ E. V. Pitjeva, E. M. Standish (2009): Proposals for the masses of the three largest asteroids, the Moon-Earth mass ratio and the Astronomical Unit. in: Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy. vol. 103,, pp. 365–372, doi:10.1007/s10569-009-9203-8 .
- ↑ International Astronomical Union, ed. (31 Augusti 2012), "RESOLUTION B2 on the re-definition of the astronomical unit of length" , RESOLUTION B2, Pekini Sinarum: Unio Astronomica Internationalis
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