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Geo-stationary satellite (a) revolves about the polar axis (b) has a time period less than that of the earth’s satellite (c) moves faster than a near earth satellite (d) is stationary in the space

Geo-stationary satellite
(a) revolves about the polar axis
(b) has a time period less than that of the earth’s satellite
(c) moves faster than a near earth satellite
(d) is stationary in the space

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Saurabh Koranglekar
askIITians Faculty 10336 Points
2 years ago
A geostationary satellite is an Earth-orbiting satellite, placed at an altitude of approximately35,800kmdirectly over the equator. This satellite revolves in the same direction the Earth rotates about the polar axis, i.e., west to east.

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