The geographical location at 90°N latitude in the northern hemisphere where the Earth's axis of rotation intersects the surface of the Earth.
one end of a magnet; the end that attracts the south pole.
Pole of a magnet out of which magnetic lines of force are assumed to originate.
The magnetic pole in a magnet from which the lines of force emanate; travel is from North to South pole.
Point at which the northern end of the earth's axis of rotation intersects the earth's surface.
One of the two ends of a magnet. The uncorrected direction indicated by the north-seeking end of the needle of a magnetic compass. True north differs from magnetic north by the amount of magnetic declination at the given point.
The Northern End of the Axis on which the Earth Rotates
the most northern point on the surface of the Earth ..... return
the place on the Earth that is farthest north. The north end of the Earth's axis.
The north pole of a magnet is the one attracted to the magnetic north pole of the earth. This north-seeking pole is identified by the letter N. By accepted convention, the lines of flux travel from the north pole to the south pole.
The North Pole is the point on the Northern Hemisphere of the Earth that is farthest north. It is 90° north of the equator.
The North Pole is the northernmost place on Earth. There is no land at the North Pole, but there is a layer of ice on top of the Arctic Ocean around the pole.
the place on the Earth that is the farthest north
That magnetic pole which attracts the geographic North Pole.
The "top" pole of a simple or vertical division; one of the "main poles" of the ball
the northernmost point on Earth; it is located in the Arctic Ocean.
is the pole of a magnet which, when freely suspended, would point to the north magnetic pole of the earth. The definition of polarity can be a confusing issue, and it is often the best to clarify by using â€œnorth seeking poleâ€ instead of â€œnorth poleâ€ in specifications. The oersted is the unit of magnetic field strength, H, in the cgs electromagnetic system. One oersted equals a magneto motive force of one gilbert per centimeter of flux path. An open circuit condition exists when a magnetized magnet is by itself with no external flux path of high permeability material. The operating line for a given permanent magnet circuit is a straight line passing through the origin of the demagnetization curve with a slope of negative Bd/Hd. (Also known as permeance coefficient line.) The operating point of a permanent magnet is that point on a demagnetization curve defined by the coordinates (BdHd) or that point within the demagnetization curve defined by the coordinates (BmHm).
Located 90 degrees north in the Northern Hemisphere where the Earth's axis of rotation crosses the surface of the Earth. Also called the Arctic.
1. The northern end of Earth's axis of rotation at 90° latitude, a point in the Arctic Ocean. The North Pole has six months of sunlight followed by six months of darkness each year. 2. The northern end of the axis of rotation of a planet or other celestial body. The terms "north" and "south" are conventions for naming the poles of a magnet and have nothing to do with "up" and "down" related to gravity. See South Pole.
1. The northernmost point of the earths axis of rotation. 2. The pole of a magnet that points to the north.
1. In astronomy, that end of the axis of rotation of a celestial body at which, when viewed from above, the body appears to rotate in a clockwise direction. See celestial pole, ecliptic pole, geographical pole, geomagnetic pole, magnetic pole. 2. The north-seeking end of a magnet.
When not otherwise qualified, the term North Pole usually refers to the Geographic North Pole â€“ the northernmost point on the surface of the Earth, where the Earth's axis of rotation intersects the Earth's surface.