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A new geosynchronous satellite needs an orbit of 35.7 km . The mass of the Earth is 5.97x 10^24 Kg and the radius of Earth 6.4 x 10^3 km. The mass of the satellite is 200 Kg. What velocity will it need to achieve that orbit?

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