This unique model would spend very little time in Earth's shadow and eccentricity correction is performed on every pass.
Can the angle of the hard flat solar sail or one big solar vane maintain an orbit from going periapsis as shown in the picture below? By keeping a more dynamic angle not just flipping from A to B periapsis caused by only solar sailing from one side of the Earth could be corrected with out propellant propulsion?
Will turning the sail sideways but slightly angled towards the sun (like a boat sail to wind except the solar wind is the wind and Earth's gravity is the gradient) to move sideways returning the solar satellite on a mirrored intentional elliptical orbit?
In another question listed below: As a alternative or secondary when the satellite nears the Earth the satellite could acts as a wing creating lift from the magnetosphere.