Why does the north end of the magnetic needle point to True North?

The maximum amount of magnetic charges on the Earth are located at the North and South magnetic poles (not coinciding with the poles of the geographic zone). The magnetic north pole is a conditional point on the earth’s surface where the earth’s magnetic field is directed strictly downward (at an angle of 90 ° to the surface). It should be noted that from a physical point of view, this pole is “south” because it attracts the north pole of the compass needle. The arrow turns to the opposite magnetic charges of the Earth and always points to the North.

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