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 What is the latitude of the north&south pole?

Answer The latitude of the north pole is 90 degrees north and that of the south pole is 90 degrees south. Latitude degrees are based on the angle created by the plane of the equator and the radius to any ... Read More »
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What is the latitude of the South Pole?

With the equator having the latitude starting point of zero degrees, the latitude of the South Pole is 90 degrees south of the equator. This is expressed as 90 degrees south or without directional ... Read More »
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What is the latitude and longitude of the North Pole?

The latitude of the geographic North Pole is 90 degrees north, and all longitudes merge there. If you imagine the Earth as a sphere, with the line between the poles as an axis, the latitude is the ... Read More »
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What is the latitude of the North Pole of the Earth?

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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What is the latitude degree of the South Pole?

Latitude degrees run north and south. These degrees start at the equator and count upward toward the North and South poles. The South Pole, where Antarctica is located, rests at latitude 90 degrees... Read More »
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