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Homework Help: Physics Homework

Posted by Eli Smith on Sunday, October 20, 2013 at 12:46am.

Consider problem U concerning the geosynchronous satellite of mass 50 kg. It orbits at a radius of 42,300 km with a speed of 3076 m/s. a) How much energy is needed to lift the satellite from the earth's surface (Re=6,370 km) up to that radius? b) How much kinetic energy does the satellite have as it orbits?

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