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Geographical pole

planet or natural satellite point
A=Geographic poles, B=Geomagnetic poles, C=Magnetic poles

A geographical pole is either of two points on the surface of a rotating planet. It is the place where the axis of rotation meets the surface of the planet. The north geographical pole of a body is 90 degrees north of the equator. The south geographical pole lies 90 degrees south of the equator.[1]