Earth moves away from the Sun: If a satellite travels faster ...
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Subject: Topic #35: If a satellite travels faster it must move outwards to remain in an orbit

If a satellite travels faster it must move outwards to remain in an orbit

Item #40: If a satellite travels [slower/faster] it must move outwards to remain in an orbit

If a satellite travels [slower/faster] it must move outwards to remain in an orbit
faster (lesser centrifugal force can match less gravity)

Item #41: If a satellite travels faster it must move [closer/further] to remain in an orbit (top)

If a satellite travels faster it must move [closer/further] to remain in an orbit
further (outwards)

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