en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orbit

In physics, an orbit is the gravitationally curved path of an object about a point in
space, for .... In the case of planets orbiting a star, the mass of the star and all its
satellites are .... pla...

www.physicsclassroom.com/class/circles/Lesson-4/Mathematics-of-Satellite-Motion

Since the logic behind the development of the equation has been presented
elsewhere, only the equation will be presented here. The period of a satellite (T)
...

www.astronomynotes.com/gravappl/s8.htm

May 18, 2010 ... This means that satellites orbiting the Earth must be feeling some force that ...
Your answer does not depend on which planet you choose to use (here you used
the ... The orbital period is the time it takes the object to travel the ...

www.ux1.eiu.edu/~cfadd/1150/05UCMGrav/Sat.html

A satellite remains in orbit because this force of gravity provides the centripetal ...
But it is also interesting -- and fairly easy -- to extend this and calculate the orbital
period -- the time necessary for one orbit. ... How long does it take to make one
orbit? ... The exact speed depends on the Shuttle's orbital altitude, whic...

www.farmingdale.edu/faculty/peter-nolan/pdf/UPCh10.pdf

Chapter 10 Gravitation - Planetary and Satellite Motion. 10-2 ..... gravity. A more
sophisticated analysis of the acceleration due to gravity takes into account the
variation in g ..... The square of the time for the planet to make a complete
revolution about the ... depends only on the radius of the orbit r, and the mass ms
of the sun...

www.wright.edu/~guy.vandegrift/openstaxphysics/chaps/06 Uniform circular motion gravity.pdf

Satellites and Kepler's Laws: An Argument for Simplicity ... If Δθ = 2π rad, then the
CD has made one complete revolution, and every point on the ..... Note that θ
does not depend on the mass of the vehicle. ..... Given that the period (the time it
takes to make one complete rotation) of the Moon's orbit is 27.3 days, (d) and
u...

tornado.sfsu.edu/geosciences/classes/m407_707/Monteverdi/Satellite/PolarOrbiter/Polar_Orbits.html

These satellites, termed Polar Orbiting Environmental Satelliites (POES) are ...
Map of the ground path of one revolution of a typical near-polar orbiting satellite.
... a way as to ensure the observation of any point on the Earth within a certain
time period. Most of the near polar meteorological satellites ensure complete
global ...

swift.sonoma.edu/education/newton/newton_4/htmlgrav/Newtongravity.html

poster of satellite and Earth .... Think about the amount of time it takes to complete
one orbit. ... you that the outer planets indeed have much farther to go to
complete one revolution. However, this by itself does not explain the orbital
periods. ... Newton's law says that the amount of pull between two objects
depends on the ...

faculty.piercecollege.edu/kocharan/classes/Fundamentals Physics - 12/Practice Test 2.pdf

The speed time graph for the arrow shown below is for the period starting ..... of a
satellite, the time it takes for a complete revolution, depends on the satellite's.

www.braeunig.us/space/orbmech.htm

Period, P, is the length of time required for a satellite to complete one orbit. ...
High inclination orbits are less able to take advantage of the initial speed
provided ... Earth orbits with periods of approximately 12 hours (2 revolutions per
day). ..... Because the satellite's velocity depends on this varying radius, it
changes...