Clarke belt

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Etymology[edit]

Named after Arthur C. Clarke; see Clarke orbit.

Proper noun[edit]

Clarke belt

  1. The part of space about 35,786 km (22,236 mi) above sea level, in the plane of the Equator, where near-geostationary orbits may be implemented.