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I would like to put a spin on What is the maximum mass of a satellite that can be placed in GEO?
Gravity is a function of the mass of both (all) bodies, and their relative separation. Wikipedia lists several binary asteroids. The orbit may vary wildly from elongated elliptical to circular as a function of the masses involved.
Say a cosmonaut on board a spherical satellite at GEO were to mislay a nut whilst outside the satellite. Say also this incident were to happen in close proximity to the satellite.
Would the nut go into orbit around the satellite?
Is there a table of the gravitational pull of launched/to-be-launched spacecraft? Sort-of like the way we say Earth Gravity is 9.8 m/s²?