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A satellite near Earth makes a full circle in about an hour and a half. How long would it take a satellite located as far away as the moon to orbit Earth? A. About 28 days B. A satellite could not
be put into such an orbit C. It depends on the mass of the satellite D. About an hour and a half E. none of the above
C. It depends on the mass of the satellite is the answer.
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A satellite near earth makes a full circle in about an hour and a half. It will take about 28 days for a satellite located as far away as the moon to orbit Earth.





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