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The apparent source of the data (as it is linked in the source linked in the description of the author of this map) is http://apps.agi.com/SatelliteViewer/

In this animated view you can see that these are the real orbits: Satellites that currently are in the northern hemisphere show up in the southern hemisphere half a day later.

As active station keeping is not possible for decommissioned satellites, their orbit will change more with every year they stay in orbit. OnOne of the main influences is the sun: The GEO, aligned with the equator of Earth, is inclined by 23° with respect to the sun. Due to the gravitational pull of the sun, the inclination increases slowly until the orbit of the satellite is in the same plane as Earths' orbit around the Sun.

Wikipedia says:

the effect of the lunar/solar gravitation [...] perturbs the orbit pole with typically 0.85 degrees per year

The apparent source of the data (as it is linked in the source linked in the description of the author of this map) is http://apps.agi.com/SatelliteViewer/

In this animated view you can see that these are the real orbits: Satellites that currently are in the northern hemisphere show up in the southern hemisphere half a day later.

As active station keeping is not possible for decommissioned satellites, their orbit will change with every year they stay in orbit. On of the main influences is the sun: The GEO, aligned with the equator of Earth, is inclined by 23° with respect to the sun. Due to the gravitational pull of the sun, the inclination increases slowly until the orbit of the satellite is in the same plane as Earths' orbit around the Sun.

Wikipedia says:

the effect of the lunar/solar gravitation [...] perturbs the orbit pole with typically 0.85 degrees per year

The apparent source of the data (as it is linked in the source linked in the description of the author of this map) is http://apps.agi.com/SatelliteViewer/

In this animated view you can see that these are the real orbits: Satellites that currently are in the northern hemisphere show up in the southern hemisphere half a day later.

As active station keeping is not possible for decommissioned satellites, their orbit will change more with every year they stay in orbit. One of the main influences is the sun: The GEO, aligned with the equator of Earth, is inclined by 23° with respect to the sun. Due to the gravitational pull of the sun, the inclination increases slowly until the orbit of the satellite is in the same plane as Earths' orbit around the Sun.

Wikipedia says:

the effect of the lunar/solar gravitation [...] perturbs the orbit pole with typically 0.85 degrees per year

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source | link

The apparent source of the data (as it is linked in the source linked in the description of the author of this map) is http://apps.agi.com/SatelliteViewer/

In this animated view you can see that these are the real orbits: Satellites that currently are in the northern hemisphere show up in the southern hemisphere half a day later.

As active station keeping is not possible for decommissioned satellites, their orbit will change with every year they stay in orbit. On of the main influences is the sun: The GEO, aligned with the equator of Earth, is inclined by 23° with respect to the sun. Due to the gravitational pull of the sun, the inclination increases slowly until the orbit of the satellite is in the same plane as Earths' orbit around the Sun.

Wikipedia says:

the effect of the lunar/solar gravitation [...] perturbs the orbit pole with typically 0.85 degrees per year