Finding $ \prod_{n=1}^{999}\sin\left(\frac{n \pi}{1999}\right)$

I would appreciate if somebody could help me with the following problem. How can we find the product

$$ \prod_{n=1}^{999}\sin\left(\frac{n \pi}{1999}\right)$$

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Here, let $$x=\prod_{k=1}^{999}\sin\left(\frac{k\pi}{1999}\right) \tag{1}$$

Since $\sin t=\sin (\pi-t)$, therefore,

$$x=\prod_{k=1}^{999}\sin\left(\frac{(1999-k)\pi}{1999}\right)=\prod_{k=1000}^{1998}\sin\left(\frac{k\pi}{1999}\right) \tag{2}$$

Multiplying equation $(1)$ by equation $(2)$ gives,

$$x^2=\prod_{k=1}^{1998}\sin\left(\frac{k\pi}{1999}\right)=\frac{1999}{2^{1998}}$$ $$\implies x=\frac{\sqrt{1999}}{2^{999}}$$

We took $x>0$ because all angles are in $1^{st}$ and $2^{nd}$ quadrant.

The first digits of your number are:


To get this estimate notice that all terms of the product are less than $1$ and that $|\sin(x)| \le |x|$.

To be more precise your number is between $0$ and $10^{-80}$.

I have an even more precise bound: the product is less than

$$(999)! \left(\frac{\pi}{1999}\right)^{999}$$

Use Stirling approximation to get that this in turn is less than

$$ \sqrt{999 e} \left ( \frac{999 \pi}{1999 e}\right )^{999} \approx 4 \times 10^{-237}$$