How many hours of sunlight are there at the north pole in april?

Answer 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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How many hours of sunlight does the North Pole get in a single day?

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the North Pole can get anywhere from zero to 24 hours of sunlight per day, depending on the time of year. During winter, there is n... Read More »

Does the true North Pole match the geographic North Pole?

The geographic North Pole and the magnetic North Pole sit in two different locations. The geographic North Pole lies at 90 degrees northern latitude, while the magnetic North Pole, as of July 2010,... Read More »

Is the North Geomagnetic Pole a north magnetic pole or a south magnetic pole?

In spite of its name, the North Geomagnetic Pole (or Magnetic North Pole) is technically a south magnetic pole because it attracts the north pole of a bar magnet (or compass) at all points south. T... Read More »

Does a compass point to the North Pole or the South Pole?

The needle in a traditional compass points to the earth's magnetic North Pole. There is also a geographic North Pole that is in a slightly different location. There are some GPS compasses that poin... Read More »