|Native name: Abeløya|
Location in Svalbard
|Area||13 km2 (5.0 sq mi)|
Abel Island (Norwegian: Abeløya) is an island in Svalbard. It is the third-largest island of Kong Karls Land with an area of 13 km2 (5.0 sq mi). It is named after the Norwegian mathematician Niels Henrik Abel. Abel Island is separated from Kongsøya by the strait Lydiannasundet.
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