Like a Crookes Radiometer, could a satellite have a stiff vain to maneuver? With a white side to let light pass and the black side capture light radiation be enough provide radiation pressure to keep it in deep orbit?
Solar powered servos could be used to change the pitch of the sail.
I understand the principals are different since in a Crookes Radiometer uses gas expansion to move and a solar sail uses solar radiation pressure
Where this differs from a solar sail is that in this model the sail is firm and flat. One side to capture solar radiation and propel and the other side passive like the radiometer. It differs from a radiometer because it is a solar sail but could rotate sideways to let light pass or have a transparent side while moving towards the Sun and then reverse to use the Sun while traveling away for propulsion.