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Problem4 (a) A satellite, once positioned in its permanent orbit, has a mass of 2,480 kg, ballistic coefficient of (b) This satellite is orbiting the Earth at an altitude of 750 km on a circular orbit with ballistic 100 kg/m2, and cross-sectional area of 13.40 m2. Calculate the drag coefficient for the satellite. coefficient of 100 kg/m2 during its mission life. Assume that in its lifetime, the satellite is subject to the time-averaged atmospheric density. Calculate the deceleration of the satellite due to drag.

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