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How Fast would a satellite have to move to stay in an orbit 300 miles above the Earths surface?

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    set centripetal force= gravity force
    mv^2/r= GMe m /r^2

    where r is radius Earth+ 300 miles. I could change all that to meters immediately. Look up Mass Earth, Me, and G

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