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The reason you can take pictures of satellites is probably that they just have another satellite in synchronized orbit or take pictures when other satellite orbits are going to synch up.
The last meme you posted there contradicts the earlier ones which admit there are photos of satellites.
Lastly, you ignored all the countering evidence again, it removes a lot of the point of the thread if you are not going to respond to anyone who disagrees with you.
The sun’s not what we’ve been told.
Sun caught shining through the firmament and circling above Earth:
Looks like the sun’s reflecting off some glass dome above. Also notice how the sun changes in diameter and moves through an arc as it rises and sets.
The sun gets smaller as it moves away from us:
For those who still don’t think the sun gets smaller and moves away from us as it “sets.” You can clearly see this happening when the air is dry enough and there’s minimal atmospheric distortion.
Eclipse points to hyper-dimensional luminaries:
There are no words. You have to see this for yourself. Even I was shocked.
Are you just surmising this or do you have hard evidence of this? The key word in your sentence is probably, which means you are unsure.
I Binged Satellite speed
That is mighty fast to capture a still photo of one. It would just be a blip or flash if you tried to take a picture of one unless you were moving at the same rate.
That's interesting. I also Binged earth rotation speed at equator
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Maybe this is a stupid question, but how are they locomoted at that speed? What makes them go? Obviously it's not fuel of any kind. I had assumed the theory held that they are caught in the earth's atmosphere and propelled forward with it. But if they are going much faster than the earth's atmosphere what force is driving them?
That would be Newton's law of motion:
In an inertial frame of reference, an object either remains at rest or continues to move at a constant velocity, unless acted upon by a force.
So in theory your satellite would be launched into orbit at a certain speed. Since space is a vacuum there would be no friction (of air) to slow it down. The only force that is acting upon it would be the force of gravity but because the satellite is moving so fast, gravity has little impact. They tell us all the satellites will eventually be pulled in by gravity and burned up in the atmosphere.
Thanks. You got me interested in this subject I knew nothing about by linking a Dubay video.
Or to put it more correctly (assuming conventional theory is true), it is moving so fast that the curvature of the earth creates distance from it as fast as it is falling, so it effectively falls around the earth.
This video claims that communications satellites are in a geostationary orbit 36,000 km above the earth and moving 13,000 km/h to keep them locked with the earth's rotation.
This video also states that "the lifetime of a satellite in space is mainly determined by the amount of fuel it carries for these station keeping maneuvers", but what happens when a satellite runs out of fuel? It is then rendered useless?