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An antenna loosens and becomes detached from a satellite in circular orbit around the earth. Describe the antenna's subsequent motion. If it will land on earth, describe where: if not, describe hw it would be made to land on earth.

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    Why would it not continue alongside the satellite? You would have to slow it down to cause it to fall.

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