It is said the speed of the rotation of the earth is about 1,038 mph/1,670 km/hr.
It is also said the speed of the earth orbitting the sun is about 67,000 mph/107,500 km/hr
The speed of Earth's satellite then, would have to adjust due to the differences of the gravitational pull of the Earth, i.e., when the satellite is "behind" the Earth, it would have to "chase" the Earth; when the satellite is "in front" of the Earth, the Earth would "chase" its satellite.
Since it is proposed the Earth orbits the Sun with an alleged speed of about 107,500 km/hr, the speed of Earth's satellite - to account for the change of the gravity pull - would have to drastically change. It doesn't (apparently).
Now, if the Earth does not orbit the Sun, and "the universe" would revolve the Earth instead, the Earth's gravitational pull on its satellite would be the same - regardless of its position on the orbit - which seems to be the case (apparently).
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