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What is an object that moves around a larger object called?

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Satellite, yes, even if it isn't a machine sent into space to take pictures. 1. Is said to be Orbiting the large object. 2. Is held in place by Gravity, or an electic field. 3. The attractive force is in balance with the Centrifugal force on the
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