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 How many degrees is it from the south pole to the equator?

Answer 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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Is the Arctic Circle closer to the equator or the South Pole?

The Arctic Circle is an imaginary line of latitude that circles the globe at about 24 degrees south of the North Pole. It is 66 degrees from the equator and 156 degrees from the South Pole and is, ... Read More »
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How many degrees are there between the north&south pole?

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 inches is it from the North Pole to the South Pole?

On Earth, the distance from the South Pole to the North Pole is approximately 787,564,800 inches. This is based on the flight distance of 12,430 miles between the two cold locations.References:Trav... Read More »
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How far is the north pole from the south pole?

The distance from the equator to each pole is 90 degrees latitude. Thus, the geographical north and south poles are 180 degrees latitude from each other. Each pole is 3,949.917 miles from the equat... Read More »
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