Question from Gerald: Since all the world’s longitudinal lines converge at the South Pole, which Time Zone is used there (and on the Antarctic continent)?
Rick’s answer: That’s a great question, Gerald!
As you mentioned, all of our planet’s longitudinal lines (also known as meridians) converge at the geographic South Pole.
For that reason, the South Pole doesn’t have an officially designated Time Zone at all.
However, there is indeed a specific Time Zone in use there…