﻿ A satellite is revolving in a circular orbit at a distance of 2620 km from the surface of the earth. Calculate the orbital velocity and the period of revolution of the satellite. Radius of the earth = 6380 km, mass of the earth =  Nm2 kg–2.   : Kaysons Education

# A Satellite Is Revolving In A Circular Orbit At A Distance Of 2620 Km From The Surface Of The Earth. Calculate The Orbital Velocity And The Period Of Revolution Of The Satellite. Radius Of The Earth = 6380 Km, Mass Of The Earth =  Nm2 kg–2.

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Correct option is

The radius of the orbit of the satellite is

Mass of the earth,  N m2 kg–2

∴ orbital velocity of the satellite is

Period of revolution,

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