Learning about the satellites and their orbits - Polar, Geostationary & Sun-Synchronous

Learning about the satellites and their orbits - Polar, Geostationary & Sun-Synchronous

Video Channel: Examrace

@1:01 Correction: Correct Spelling is "centripetal force"
@15:01 CORRECTION: A geosynchronous orbit has a rotation period of 23 hours 56 minutes and 4 seconds
In this session Dr. Manishika Jain explains the concept of orbit, precession, low, medium and high orbit, polar orbit, sun-synchronous orbit and geostationary orbit.

Orbit @0:16
Force @0:57
Conic Section @2:35
Basic Concept of Orbit @4:43
Precession @5:53
Precession of the Earth @6:41
Nodal Precession @8:02
Sun Synchronous @8:16
Types of Orbits @8:51
Low Orbit @9:53
Polar Orbit @9:56
Medium Orbit @11:47
Semisynchronous @12:02
Molniya Orbit @12:41
High Orbit @13:25
Geostationary Orbit @13:32
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