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 What is the latitude of the North Pole of the Earth?

Answer According to the National Atlas, the North Pole is at 90 degrees north latitude since there are 90 degrees going from the Equator north and 90 degrees going south. The South Pole is at 90 degrees s... Read More »
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Which geographic pole of the Earth is nearest the magnetic north pole of the Earth?

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Is more of the earth's ice located in the south pole or the north pole?

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What is the latitude and longitude of the North Pole?

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