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How far away from the North Pole is the Magnetic Pole?

Answer   The Earth's Magnetic North Pole, where the magnetic field lines become oriented vertically, moves constantly due to the drift in the Earth's magnetic field. In 2 (MORE)

How far are the north and south poles away from the equator?

In latitude, each pole is 90° from the equator.    The surface distance from a pole to the equator is 1/4 of the polar circumference of the Earth (40,007.86 kilometers (MORE)

How far apart are the true North Pole and the magnetic North Pole?

The North Pole is at 90 degrees N latitude. The North Magnetic Pole is currently at about 83 degrees N latitudeand 116 degrees W longitude. The North Magnetic Pole is curren (MORE)