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magnetic pole

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Geography, Earth sciences
magnetic polemagˌnetic ˈpole noun [countable]  1 SGHEone of the two points that are not firmly fixed but are near the North and South Poles of the Earth, towards which the needle on a compass points2 x-refone of two points at the ends of a magnet where its power is strongest
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magnetic poleFor the past eleven years, the Sun's north geographic pole has also been home to its north magnetic pole.For R N transitions they should have plotted the north magnetic pole.
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