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osculating orbit madâr-e âbusandé Fr.: orbite osculatrice The Keplerian orbit that a satellite would follow after a specific time → |

parabolic orbit madâr-e sahmi Fr.: orbite parabolique An orbit whose overall shape is like a parabola; it is the limiting case between an elliptical orbit (eccentricity less than 1) and a hyperbolic orbit (eccentricity larger than 1). The speed necessary to form a parabolic orbit is known as the escape velocity. |

polar orbit madâr-e qotbi (#) Fr.: orbite polaire A spacecraft orbit that passes over, or close to, the geographic poles of the Earth or some other solar system object. |

polar orbiting satellite mâhvâré bâ madâr-e qotbi Fr.: satellite en orbite polaire A satellite that revolves around the Earth in an almost north-south orbit, passing close to both poles. The orbits are sun synchronous, allowing the satellite to cross the equator at the same local time each day. These satellites orbit at a height of 830-880 km and take about 100 minutes to complete a turn around the Earth. |

prograde orbit madâr-e farârow Fr.: orbite prograde Same as → → |

resonance orbit madâr-e bâzâvâyi Fr.: orbite de résonance An orbit which is in → |

retrograde orbit madâr-e pasraft Fr.: orbite rétrograde An orbit with an inclination between 90° and 270° such as those of some comets and small asteroids orbiting the Sun. → |

Solar Orbiter madârgard-e xoršidi Fr.: orbiteur solaire A → |

spin-orbit coupling jafsari-ye espin-madâr, jofteš-e ~ Fr.: couplage spin-orbite 1) |

stationary orbit madâr-e istvar Fr.: orbite stationnaire An orbit in which the satellite revolves about the primary at the angular rate at which the primary rotates on its axis. From the primary, the satellite thus appears to be stationary over a point on the primary. → |

synchronous orbit madâr-e hamgâm Fr.: orbite synchrone → |

tadpole orbit madâr-e vagizi Fr.: orbite en forme de têtard A shorter → |