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What was the first ship to circle the globe?


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Of Magellans' original five ships, only Victoria survived the first circumnavigation of the globe.

According to Historians, the first man to circle the globe was Ferdinand Magellan. Magellan began his expedition in 1519 in search of islands for trading spices until his death in 1521.

There are many things which completely circle the globe. The first thing that comes to mind is the equator, but the artic and Antarctic circles also circle the globe (as well as every other degree of latitude). The taiga forest circles the globe. The atmosphere circles the globe.

Sir Francis Drake. His ship was the Golden Hind.

The largest line of circumference on the globe is the Equator.

His ship was the first to circle the world in 1520.

The name of the ship in the Arctic Circle where Ben and his team found the first clue was Charlotte.

The first person to circumnavigate the globe through ship is Ferdinand Magellan(1519-1522) The first flying man-made airship to circumnavigate the world was the LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin(1929)

The Tropic Of cancer is 23.5 degrees north from the equator and the Tropic of Capricorn is 23.5 degrees south of the equator. The artic circle is the top of the globe and the Antarctic circle is located south of the globe ( way at the bottom)

Ferdinand Magellan was a Portuguese explorer who led the first circumnavigation on Earth. His expedition was also the first that crossed the Pacific.

That depends on how your globe is mounted. Either way, the Antarctic Circle is in the southern half of it, whether that's on the top or bottom.

Parallels circle the globe. Meridians join the north and south poles.

It is called a great circle and the plane that circle makes must pass through the geometric center of the globe. The largest circle that can be drawn round the Earth is the great circle round its middle, the "equator" this is because the spinning of the earth makes it 'fatter' round the middle.

Probably for the same reason that the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn are drawn on the globe.

The person who led the second expodition to circle the world was Drake.

66½ºN is the Arctic Circle; 66½ºS is the Antarctic Circle.

We may simply add the length of the anchor cables used and the length of the ship together in estimating the radius of the turing circle of a ship at anchor.

the arctic circle is at 66.5oN, while the antarctic circle is at 66.5oS

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