The South Pole is the southernmost spot on the Earth in Antarctica. It is the exact reason for the southern union of the Earth's center point and the Earth's surface. From the South Pole, all headings are north. Its extension is 90 degrees south, and all lines of longitude meet there. One of the Earth's seven terrains. Regardless of the way that land at the South Pole is simply around a hundred meters above sea level, the ice sheet above it is around 2,700 meters (9,000 feet) thick. This ascent makes the South Pole altogether colder than the North Pole, which sits in the midst of the Arctic Ocean. Frankly, the most sweltering temperature anytime recorded at the South Pole was a frosty - 12.3 degrees Celsius (9.9 degrees Fahrenheit).