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As a result, low-orbit satellites are considered quickly from the perspective, so many of them need to be delivered
continuous protection. The weather is 24 hours at an altitude of about 35,800 km. At an altitude of 384,000 km,
This period is about a month, as anyone who has ever seen the moon can testify.

Satellite weather is important, but not the only issue in determining where to place it. what is another issue
Van Allen Belts, layers of supercharged particles trapped by Earth’s magnetic field. whatever
They would be destroyed relatively quickly by the intensely charged particles trapped inside the flying satellite.
by Earth’s magnetic field. These factors lead to three areas where satellites can be kept safe.

In 1945, science fiction author Arthur C. Clark calculated that it was a satellite at an altitude of 35,800 km.
The circular equator of the orbit appears to be fixed in the sky. So you don’t have to keep track of it (Clark,
1945).

He described a complete communication system used by these (humans) geostationary
Including satellites, orbits, solar panels, radio frequencies and launch methods. unfortunately, he
It was concluded that satellites were impractical due to power-hungry, brittle, vacuum tubes that could not be placed.

 

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