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Originally posted by DjOsiris
I think the real difference is that the north pole is positively charged and south is negatively charged. The poles will wobble and the exact location of true north or true south is never constant. I could be wrong, it sure wouldn't be the first time
Equater is equally far from both poles of rotation axis, no need to have sun complicating things.
Originally posted by Rasputin13
But no matter where you are, the equator is still the equator. It just has to do with the center point to the Sun. I hope that last line makes sense... lol
Zenith is point directly above observer so it doesn't have anything to do with north.
Originally posted by Amorymeltzer
North is the Zenith (Up).