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 How many degrees are there between the north&south pole?

Answer The longitude of the North Pole is 90 degrees north and the longitude of the South Pole is 90 degrees south of the equator. So the difference in degrees from the North to the South poles is 180 deg... Read More »
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How many degrees is it from the south pole to the equator?

The geographical South Pole is 90 degrees south of the equator. When calculating a degree north or south of the equator, the degree is called a latitude. Thus, the official location of the geograph... Read More »
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What is the distance between the North Pole& the South Pole?

By air, the distance between the North Pole and South Pole is approximately 12,400 miles. The North Pole is located at the top of the world on an icy plane surrounded by the Arctic Ocean, while the... Read More »
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How many hours of sunlight are there at the north pole in april?

The North Pole receives 24 hours of daylight in April. In fact, this is the case all through spring and summer. The sun rises there on the spring equinox, around March 21; reaches maximum height du... Read More »
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Is there more ice at the north pole or the south pole?

There is more ice at the South Pole because Antarctica's land cover is better able to accumulate snow, and subsequent ice. Since the North Pole has a greater land mass amount, it does not cool as q... Read More »
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