Have you ever heard of Point Nemo?
It’s a location in the Pacific Ocean that’s considered to be the most remote place on Earth. It’s located about 2,688 km (1,670 mi) from the nearest landmass in any direction. Because of its isolation, it’s a popular location for satellite and space debris re-entry. Its unique ecosystem also makes it a fascinating area of study for scientists. While it’s not possible to visit Point Nemo in person, you can learn more about it through satellite imagery and scientific research.