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latitude (ESN 12432 )

The latitude of any point represents its exact distance north or south of the earth's equator in degrees, expressed in decimals. Points north of the equator are assigned positive latitudes, and points south are negative. Latitude is one of two geocoordinates used to identify each point on the earth's surface; along with longitude and elevation it can single out any point on earth in three dimensions with respect to the equator, the Greenwich Line, and sea level.

The distance of any point north or south of the equator, measured in degrees.