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Clarke Belt The term 'Clarke Belt' as it applies to the area of Earth observation can be defined as ' A belt 22,245 miles (35,800 kilometers) directly above the equator where a satellite orbits the Earth at the same speed the Earth is rotating. Science fiction writer and scientist Arthur C. Clarke wrote about this belt in 1945, hence the name'.
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