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In these latitudes
|Statement||edited by Robert Bonazzi.|
|LC Classifications||PS615 .I4942 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008037642|
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The Equator represents 0° latitude, while the North and South Poles represent 90° North and 90° South latitudes. In addition to the Equator, there are four other major latitudes that are usually found on maps and globes. The positions of these latitudes are determined by the Earth's axial tilt. The Arctic Circle is the latitude 66° And in these latitudes there are also transitional phases, or seasons, known as autumn and spring, where the hours of nighttime and daytime reach momentary equilibrium.
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