Geosynchronous Earth Orbit (GEO) Satellites

This tool lets you manipulate one factor that contributes to the amount and quality of data collected by geosynchronous earth orbiting (GEO) satellites.
Geosynchronous earth orbiting (GEO) satellite

A satellite in geosynchronous orbit circles the Earth once each day. If the orbit is over the equator, the satellite will be centered over the same location on Earth while it orbits.

Explanation of settings

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This tool is used for quizzing on geosynchronous orbiting satellites.

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