: either of two spots on the earth's surface that are at the ends of the axis of the geomagnetic field and that do not coincide with the geographical poles or the magnetic poles
* * *geomagnetic pole,the hypothetical point in the Arctic or Antarctic where the earth's magnetic axis touches the earth's surface.
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