# Meter/Second Squared to Milligal Converter

## Meter/Second Squared

## Milligal

*What is milligal?*

Milligal equals 0.001 of gal. Gal is a unit of acceleration used extensively in the science of gravity. Gal could be called “galileo” after “Galileo Galilei” who made the first measurement of the Earth’s gravity.

The acceleration due to Earth’s gravity at its surface is 976,000 to 983,000 milligal.

1 milligal equals the following:

- Metre per second squared (m/s²) 10
^{-5} - Foot per second squared (ft/s²) 28×10
^{-5} - Gal 10
^{-3} - Standard gravity 02×10
^{-6} - g-unit (g) 02×10
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