Feeling glacial without your coffee? Come wake up slowly this sleepy Sunday morning, this time with the Arctic Still Story. Drift through with breathtaking photos and the sounds of the North Pole.
Did you know?
- The north and south poles represent the top and bottom ends of the Earth’s axis - around which it rotates.
- The lines of longitude that establish our time zones all converge at the pole. In that area they are too close together to be practical as time zones, so Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is used for local time.
- Parts of the ocean trench under the Arctic Ocean are up to 3 miles / 4.8 km deep.
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