The latitude of **the North Pole** is 90 degrees N, and the latitude of the South Pole is 90 degrees S.

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## What ocean is located at 90 degrees north latitude?

At the North Pole. The geographic North Pole is the northern point of the Earth’s axis of rotation. The North Pole is found in **the Arctic Ocean**, on constantly shifting pieces of sea ice. The North Pole is not part of any nation, although Russia placed a titanium flag on the seabed in 2007.

**Where on the earth do we find high latitude lines 90 )?**

Low latitudes are those locations found between the Equator (0 degrees N/S) and 30 degrees N/S. The middle latitudes are found between 30 degrees N/S and 60 degrees N/S. And the high latitudes are found **between 60 degrees N/S and the poles** (90 degrees N/S).

**Which is the correct name for 90 latitude?**

The Equator has a latitude of 0°, **the North Pole** has a latitude of 90° North (written 90° N or +90°), and the South Pole has a latitude of 90° South (written 90° S or −90°).

**Why does latitude only go to 90 degrees?**

“Longitude” goes 360 degrees, 180 East to 180 West, to cover the entire 360 degrees around the equator. … So latitude only has to cover 180 degrees, **from the north pole to the south pole**. Taking the equator to be 0 degrees, the north pole is 180/2= 90 degrees N, the south pole is 180/2= 90 degrees S.

### What is a degree to 90 degrees north?

The Equator is the line of 0 degrees latitude. Each parallel measures one degree north or south of the Equator, with 90 degrees north of the Equator and 90 degrees south of the Equator. The latitude of the North **Pole** is 90 degrees N, and the latitude of the South Pole is 90 degrees S. You may also read,

### Where is the exact place on earth?

To help us locate places on the earth’s surface, we **use a coordinate system**. This coordinate system is like placing a giant grid over the earth. This grid has lines extending from east to west called lines of latitude and lines extending from north to south called lines of longitude. Check the answer of

### What is difference between longitude and latitude?

Latitude implies the geographic coordinates that determine the distance of a point, north-south of the equator. Longitude alludes to the geographic coordinate, which identifies the distance of a point, **east-west of the Prime Meridian**.

### Where is 180 degrees longitude?

The meridian that runs through Greenwich, England, is internationally accepted as the line of 0 degrees longitude, or prime meridian. **The antimeridian** is halfway around the world, at 180 degrees. It is the basis for the International Date Line. Read:

### How many latitudes are there in total?

Lines of latitude are called parallels and in total there are **180 degrees** of latitude. The distance between each degree of latitude is about 69 miles (110 kilometers).

### What is latitude with diagram?

Latitude. Lines of latitude measure **north-south position between the poles**. The equator is defined as 0 degrees, the North Pole is 90 degrees north, and the South Pole is 90 degrees south. Lines of latitude are all parallel to each other, thus they are often referred to as parallels.

### Which is the longest latitude?

**The Equator** is the longest circle of latitude and is the only circle of latitude which also is a great circle.

### Why are there 360 longitudes and only 180 latitudes?

**Longitude lines runs from North to south pole means a complete circles** and hence covers 360 degrees and that is why there are 360 longitudes. … Each section from equator to pole is 90 degrees and two poles have 2 quarters of circle/globe hence 90X2 180 lattitudes. adding the Equator it becomes 181 latitudes.

### Can latitude exceed 90 degrees?

Since the equator is 0 , the **latitude of the north pole**, 1/4 of the way around the globe going in a northerly direction, would be 90 N. This is the highest latitude possible. All latitudes except for the equatore must be designated either north or south of the equator.

### Why there is no higher latitude than 90 degree north and 90 degrees south?

Latitude is the angular distance from the plane of the Equator. Latitude only has to cover 180 degrees, from the North Pole to the South Pole. All circles make a **maximum** angle of 900 from the plane of the Equator. Therefore the maximum, latitude is 900 N in the Northern hemisphere and 900 S in the Southern Hemisphere.