# What altitude is geostationary orbit KSP?

## What altitude is geostationary orbit KSP?

The correct altitude is 2,863,334m.

## What is geostationary orbit kerbin?

Kerbisynchronous Equatorial Orbit (or KEO for short) is the stationary orbit of the planet Kerbin, a very useful orbit for satellites. A spacecraft on this orbit will appear stationary when viewed from the surface.

**What is the formula of geostationary satellite?**

The gravitational force F, start subscript, A, end subscript,FA between the satellite and the Earth is in the inward radial direction and its magnitude is given by the equation. FA=R2GMm where G, equals, 6, point, 67, times, 10, to the power minus 11 , m, cubed, k, g, to the power minus 1 , s, to the power minus 2 ,G=6 …

### How do you get into geostationary orbit?

To attain geosynchronous (and also geostationary) Earth orbits, a spacecraft is first launched into an elliptical orbit with an apoapsis altitude in the neighborhood of 37,000 km. This is called a Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO).

### How tall is the geosynchronous orbit of Kerbal?

Geosynchronous orbit of Eve is at an altitude of 10,373.195 km above Eve. Geosynchronousorbit of Duna is at an altitude of 2,862.702 km above Duna. Geosynchronous orbit of Kerbal is at an altitude of 2,868.4 km above Kerbin. Geosynchronous orbit of Jool is at an altitude of about 7,000? km above Jool.

**How does the KEO Kerbal Space Program work?**

The basic maneuver plan for reaching this orbit is to first achieve a low Kerbin orbit (LKO) and then perform two maneuvers to execute a Hohmann transfer. The first one, called the periapsis maneuver, is raising the apoapsis to the required altitude for a synchronous orbit. This places the spacecraft on a kerbisynchronous transfer orbit (KTO).

#### How tall is Kerbal in relation to Jool?

Geosynchronous orbit of Kerbal is at an altitude of 2,868.4 km above Kerbin. Geosynchronous orbit of Jool is at an altitude of about 7,000? km above Jool.

#### What is the altitude of the KEO orbit?

Kerbisynchronous Equatorial Orbit (KEO) has a circularly uniform altitude of 2 863.33 km and a speed of 1 009.81 m/s.