satellite

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Noun[change]

Singular
satellite

Plural
satellites

  1. An object in orbit around another celestial object, such as the Moon orbiting the Earth.
  2. A man-made object orbiting a celestial body, especially one sending back information to Earth or one helping with GPS trilateration or television signals.
  3. A television which uses a satellite dish.