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Equator Passes Through the Following Countries
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An equator of a rotating spheroid is its zeroth circle of latitude (parallel). It is the imaginary line on the spheroid's surface, equidistant from its poles, dividing it into northern and southern hemispheres.
In other words, it is the intersection of the spheroid's surface with the plane perpendicular to its axis of rotation and midway between its poles.
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