firstThe first satellite to orbit the Earth was Sputnik 1.
artificialThe artificial satellite was launched into orbit around the Earth.
sovietThe Soviet satellite Sputnik 1 was launched into orbit in 1957.
secondThe second satellite was launched into orbit in 1958.
russianThe Russian satellite Sputnik 1 was launched into orbit in 1957.
directI watched the news on the large-screen TV via direct satellite
naturalThe Moon is Earth's natural satellite
meteorologicalThe meteorological satellite transmitted data about the storm's progress.
fourthJupiter's fourth satellite Callisto, is the most heavily cratered object in the Solar System.
largestGanymede is the largest satellite in the solar system.
synchronousThe synchronous satellite which orbits the Earth once every 24 hours, maintains a fixed position over the equator.
domesticThe domestic satellite had to be repaired.
geosynchronousGeosynchronous satellites are placed in an orbit where they revolve at the same speed as the Earth's rotation.
fifthThe fifth satellite was launched into orbit around Earth.
scientificThe scientific satellite was used to study the Earth's atmosphere.
orbitingThe orbiting satellite provided valuable data for the scientists.
activeThe astronauts conducted experiments in the active satellite
mereThe moon is a mere satellite of the Earth.
europeanThe European satellite captured stunning images of the Earth's surface.
innerThe moon is Earth's only natural inner satellite
operationalThe operational satellite provides valuable data for weather forecasting.
unmannedThe unmanned satellite collected important data about the Earth's atmosphere.
outerThe Galileo spacecraft discovered four small outer satellites around Jupiter.
successfulThe successful satellite launched into orbit this morning.
poundThe pound satellite was launched into orbit in 1957.
nucleolarThe nucleolar satellite is a small, spherical structure associated with the nucleolus and contains ribosomal RNA genes.
typicalThis is a typical satellite
japaneseThe Japanese satellite captured stunning images of Earth.
lunarThe lunar satellite is a natural or artificial body that orbits the Moon.
digitalThe digital satellite broadcast was interrupted by a violent storm.
tinyAstronomers captured the first images of a tiny satellite orbiting Mars.
sixthThe sixth satellite was launched into orbit.
eighthJupiter's eighth satellite is Callisto.
innermostIt was launched into orbit around Mars in August 1971 and became the first successful innermost satellite of the planet.
sphericalThe spherical satellite orbited the Earth at a constant speed.
ninthThe ninth satellite of a distant star was small and mysterious.
terrestrialVoyager 1 is the farthest terrestrial satellite in the solar system.
outermostEarth's outermost satellite the Moon, is tidally locked to Earth.
seventhJupiter's seventh satellite Elara, is a small, icy moon.
spinningThe spinning satellite orbited the Earth.
distantPluto, a distant satellite is no longer considered a planet.
nearestThe nearest satellite to Earth is the Moon.
advancedThe advanced satellite was launched into orbit to collect data for scientific research.