The period of the Moon's orbit is 27.0 days. The radius of the Moon's orbit is 3.8 ×1083.8\ \times10^83.8 ×108 m. The period of a geostationary satellite is 1 day. What is the radius of the geostationary satellite's orbit. Kepler's Law

  •  5.4 ×1075.4\ \times10^75.4 ×107  m
  •  8.5 ×1078.5\ \times10^78.5 ×107  m
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