What is the northern most place on earth called?
The North Pole, you cannot go any further north than that.
The Equator is an imaginary horizontal line at the center of the earth that divides the earth into the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. The vertical imaginary line is called the Prime Meridian and it divides the earth into the Western and Eastern Hemispheres. Northern (North America, Europe, Asia, parts of Africa) Southern (most of South America, parts of Africa, and Australia) Western (North and South America) Eastern (Asia, Australia, and most of Europe and Africa)
Any point on British Columbia's northern border would qualify as the most northern place in the Province. The northern border of B.C. is the 60th parallel of latitude. I had to measure this with my trusty elastic band, but the most northerly community in B.C. appears to be Atlin. Atlin is accessible by a gravel road from Tagish, Yukon.
The northern hemisphere is the place of origin of the flowering plants called lilies (Lilium spp). Specifically, lilies most often are native to the temperate regions of the northern hemisphere. But some species also can be found in native ranges of northern subtropical regions. In terms of continents, the native range includes Asia, Europe, and North America as well as the Philippine islands.
Where the northern lights are depends on the position on an oval on the top of the earth. This oval moves through the day and night due to magnetic sentres in the earth. Most northern light research is done in Norway, and this is probably the best place to see it. But it can also be spotted in places like Alaska and norhern Russia. The next norther light high is expected to be in 2013…