Putting the brakes on geostationary satellites 

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Simon emerges to highlight this (9/11 numerology) sat story:

and that’s when you said that those “Geostationary sats” (which, as you know, supposedly hover at, we are told, 36,000km / or 22,000 miles above Earth’s equator) have to be “stopped” as they arrive at said altitude. Well, they don’t exactly have to be “stopped” – but more absurdly still, they have to be “braked” from their initial ‘escape velocity’ of 27,000 km/h – to their “Geostationary” orbital speed of about 11,000km/h. Let me explain:

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