magnetic south pole

magnetic south pole

n.
The southern pole of the earth's magnetic field, currently located in the Southern Ocean.
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'What is actually quite strange is that the magnetic South Pole has hardly moved at all in the past 40 years,' he adds.
The magnetic south pole is moving far slower than the north.
Imagine a line between the magnetic north pole and the magnetic south pole. This line is at an angle of about eleven degrees to the axis around which the Earth rotates or a line between the geographic north pole and the geographic south pole.
1909: The magnetic South Pole was found by Ernest Shackleton.
1909 British explorer Ernest Shackleton finds magnetic south pole.
1906 - Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen discovers the Magnetic South Pole. 1959 - The first successful photocopier, the Xerox 914, is launched in New York.
The devices output switch on with a magnetic south pole of sufficient strength to the part marking surface for SOT23 and SIP3, while SC59 packaged devices work with opposite pole for the same effect.These Hall-effect switches utilize a chopper-stabilized architecture with an internal bandgap referenced to achieve reliable operation over a wide -40C to +125C temperature range with minimal switching point drift.
The output of the SOT23 and SIP3 packaged versions of these devices is switched on when a magnetic south pole of sufficient strength is presented to the part-marking surface, while the SC59 packaged devices work with the opposite pole for the same effect.
Edmond Halley introduced the isogonic lines or magnetic meridians in the southern hemisphere and Louis Duperrey situated the magnetic South Pole at 76[degrees]S and 135/6[degrees]E.
THE marker, known as the Ceremonial South Pole is circled by flags and stands yards from the magnetic South Pole - the pole indicated by compass.
He became one of the first men to reach the magnetic south pole, alongside Douglas Mawson and Professor Edgeworth David.
1909: Ernest Shackleton found the magnetic South Pole.