What Is a Prime Meridian Definition?


The prime meridian is the imaginary line passing through the Greenwich meridian. It is commonly referred to as the zero meridian because it occur at 0 degrees and is used as a reference line from where the east and west longitudes are measured.
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prime meridian
the meridian running through Greenwich, England, from which longitude east and west is reckoned.
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