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    Geosynchronus Orbit

    Any orbit with an orbital period of 1 sidereal day (loosely speaking, time taken by earth to complete one rotation i.e. 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4 seconds) is called Geosynchronus Orbit (GSO). Any object in geosynchronus orbit will pass the same location once every day.

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