The imaginary line is the equator, which runs east and west around the center of the globe.
The equator is the imaginary line halfway between the North and South Poles and is at 0° degrees latitude. It divides the Earth into North and South Hemispheres. The Sun appears directly above the Equator at the Autumn and Spring equinox.
Locations on the surface are defined by their angular distance north or south of the equator, which is latitude, and by their angular distance east or west of an arbitrary north-south line (the Prime Meridian) which is longitude.
The imaginary line that divides the earth into the northern and southern hemispheres is called Equator, the line that divides it into the eastern and western hemispheres is the prime meridian.
The Equator is the imaginary horizontal line that divides the Earth into Northern/Southern Hemispheres.The Prime Meridian is the imaginary vertical line that divides the Earth into Southern/Eastern Hemispheres
It's the equator.
It is the equator
It is the Equator (zero latitude)
Shanghai is in the northern hemisphere. The equator is an imaginary line that divides the northern and southern hemispheres on maps and globes.
That would be the equator.
The Equator divides the Earth into a northern and southern hemispheres.
the one that divides the western and eastern hemispheres is the prime meridian and the one that divides the northern and southern is the equator
There is no physical boundary between the northern and souther hemispheres. However, the imaginary line which is at 0o latitude is called the equator.
Yes, the imaginary (man-made) line known as the equator DOES divide the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
The equator divides the earth into northern and southern hemispheres.
The line across the center of the earth is the equator.
lines of latitude.