quasi-geostationary satellites

quasi-geostationary satellites

[‚kwäz·ē ‚jē·ō‚stā·shən·er·ē ′sad·əl‚īts]
(aerospace engineering)
A constellation of satellites that simulates an object hovering over a particular location on the earth by having one member of the constellation moving slowly over a nearby location at all times.
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