# Consider the low earth orbit (LEO) and the geo synchronous orbit (GSO). Then (A) $\Delta V$ requirement for launch to $\mathrm{LEO}$ is greater than that for $\mathrm{GSO},$ and altitude of $\mathrm{LEO}$ is lower than that of GSO (B) $\Delta V$ requirement for launch to $\mathrm{LEO}$ is lower than that for GSO, and altitude of $\mathrm{LEO}$ is lower than that of GSO (C) $\Delta V$ requirement for launch to LEO is greater than that for GSO, and altitude of LEO is greater than that of GSO (D) $\Delta V$ requirement for launch to $\mathrm{LEO}$ is lower than that for GSO, and altitude of $\mathrm{LEO}$ is greater than that of GSO

## Question ID - 156017 :- Consider the low earth orbit (LEO) and the geo synchronous orbit (GSO). Then (A) $\Delta V$ requirement for launch to $\mathrm{LEO}$ is greater than that for $\mathrm{GSO},$ and altitude of $\mathrm{LEO}$ is lower than that of GSO (B) $\Delta V$ requirement for launch to $\mathrm{LEO}$ is lower than that for GSO, and altitude of $\mathrm{LEO}$ is lower than that of GSO (C) $\Delta V$ requirement for launch to LEO is greater than that for GSO, and altitude of LEO is greater than that of GSO (D) $\Delta V$ requirement for launch to $\mathrm{LEO}$ is lower than that for GSO, and altitude of $\mathrm{LEO}$ is greater than that of GSO

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Answer Key : (B) -

(B) $\Delta V$ requirement for launch to $\mathrm{LEO}$ is lower than that for GSO, and altitude of $\mathrm{LEO}$ is
lower than that of GSO

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