South Pole

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The South Pole is the southernmost point on a globe, usually referring to the Earth. Compare with the North Pole. The South Pole is located in Antarctica and there is a permanent outpost there for scientific research hosted by the United States.

It is claimed as part of the Chilean Antarctic Territory.[1][2]

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  1. Pinochet de la Barra, Óscar (November 1944). La Antártica Chilena. Editorial Andrés Bello. 
  2. Francisco Orrego Vicuña; Augusto Salinas Araya (1977). Desarrollo de la Antártica (in es). Santiago de Chile: Instituto de Estudios Internacionales, Universidad de Chile; Editorial Universitaria..