Assume for planets similar to Earth but with different rotation speeds (including zero), and we put a satellites at altitude of 35 786 km/hr (similar to the Geostationary orbit or earth), with speed 11 068 km/hr, similar to the speed of communication satellites. these satellites, can rotate around the center point of the planets at any direction regardless of it's rotation axis, as long as it's perpendicular to the line from it's center and the planet center.
For any planet, if we consider it as the reference point (we will exclude the rotation speed), it has multiple satellites at same altitude but with different speed but they don't fall. How is that possible? or we should consider another reference point, with absolute zero of speed and rotation, which does not exist? or there is another factor missing?
rephrasing: I put an assumption that the planets are similar to earth to ease calculation
The satellite at orbital speed of 11 068 km/hr, can rotate around the planet in any direction as in the image . it doesn't have to be around equator. only the one around the equator, will look as fixed in the space.