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revised Do all celestial objects have stationary orbit?
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comment Is there a way to create an artificial solar eclipse?
The altitude is the distance from the observer, that's what. For an eclipse to happen, the object in orbit would have to be directly overhead, and that distance happens to be the altitude.
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comment Video of Earth spinning?
On SO I have an answer to one of my questions that has 10 upvotes and doesn't even remotely work, and on SO you can actually test it fairly easily, so...
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