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  • After that orbit is full, the next level would have to be used.
  • When moving away from the source, this path is called an escape orbit.
  • Although this path does not form a closed shape, it is still considered an orbit.
  • Any body in orbit around the Sun would move slightly between the pair of films.
  • The upper stage operated successfully, but it could not reach the intended orbit.
  • This is the third step in the connection between time and position in the orbit.
  • The arms simply appear to pass through the stars as the stars travel in their orbits.
  • From a fixed position on the ground, the sun appears to orbit around the Earth.
  • Once there, they need to leave orbit and move around.
  • Commercial ships generally make use of efficient transfer orbits which can take several times as long.
  • A final discovery occurred during the last two orbits of the mission.
  • Two orbiting bodies are sometimes described as a double body rather than primary and satellite.
  • The plane of their orbit lies almost along the line of sight to the Earth.
  • A binary star system consists of two stars that orbit around their common center of mass.
  • Both effects lead to a reduction in the energy levels of high l orbits.
  • These stars appeared to be orbiting around a hidden center of mass, and thus they were double-star systems.
  • He noticed that the apparent position of the star changed as the Earth moved around its orbit.
  • In addition, satellites in low earth orbit change their position relative to the ground position quickly.
  • Other than launching to orbit, applications for moving around the world quickly have also been proposed.
  • In a physical triple star system, each star orbits the center of mass of the system.
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Meaning of orbit

  • noun The (usually elliptical) path described by one celestial body in its revolution about another
    he plotted the orbit of the moon
  • noun The path of an electron around the nucleus of an atom