What are natural and artificial satellites of the earth and planets, what do they do, what are those made by man with a description of some of the functions attributed to them.
Definition of natural and artificial satellites
By satellite is meant any body or object that moves in outer space orbiting another.
The Moon, for example, is a satellite of the Earth, while the Earth and other planets are satellites of the Sun.
In current terminology, however, it is more common to use the term satellite to indicate a man-made instrument sent into orbit around the earth to perform certain useful functions and services, including radio and television transmissions, telephone and internet communications, GPS positioning and photographs. to study weather changes and useful for certain studies and scientific research.Share "What do satellites do? What are artificial satellites for"