North Pole (disambiguation)
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North Pole may refer to:
Terrestrial, celestial and planetary North Poles
- North Pole (also known as the "Geographic North Pole" or "Terrestrial North Pole") – the point in the Northern Hemisphere where the Earth's axis of rotation meets its surface.
- North Magnetic Pole – the shifting point on the Earth's surface where the Earth's magnetic field points directly downwards.
- North Geomagnetic Pole – the point of intersection of the Earth's surface with the axis of a simple magnetic dipole (like a bar magnet) that best approximates the Earth's actual more complex magnetic field.
- Northern Pole of Inaccessibility – the point in the Arctic Ocean farthest from land.
- North Celestial Pole – an imaginary point in the northern sky towards which the Earth's axis of rotation points.
- For information about North Poles on other planets and Solar System bodies, see Poles of astronomical bodies.
- Originally by analogy with the Earth's magnetic field, the terms "north pole" and "south pole" are also applied to magnets in general, in order to distinguish one "end" of the magnet from the other. For this use see under Magnet and Magnetism.
Cities, towns, villages
- North Pole, Alaska
- North Pole, Idaho
- North Pole, New York, the home of Santa's Workshop
- North Pole, Western Australia, notable for its high temperatures
- Northpole (film), a 2014 television film about Christmas
- North Pole depot, the UK depot of Eurostar
- North Pole Stream, a tributary of the Little Southwest Miramichi River
- North Pole drift ice station
- Northpole (video series) A popular video series, produced and directed by Peter North
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