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posted by Julie .
I have a question about the International Space StationIts been orbiting earth at 350kmIf the radius of the earth is 6,370 km, what is the period of orbit for the Space Station?
Secondly, if it was moved to a geosynchronous orbit, what would the new altitude of the station be?
If youcould just direct me or give me a clue how to solve these, I would appreciate it
Thank you
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