satelloid

Satelloid vs Sabelloid - What's the difference?

satelloid | sabelloid |


As a noun satelloid

is an artificial satellite that needs continuous thrust to maintain altitude.

As an adjective sabelloid is

of, like, or relating to the genus sabella or any worm of this genus.

Altitude vs Satelloid - What's the difference?

altitude | satelloid |


As nouns the difference between altitude and satelloid

is that altitude is the absolute height of a location, usually measured from sea level while satelloid is an artificial satellite that needs continuous thrust to maintain altitude.

Thrust vs Satelloid - What's the difference?

thrust | satelloid |


As nouns the difference between thrust and satelloid

is that thrust is (fencing) an attack made by moving the sword parallel to its length and landing with the point while satelloid is an artificial satellite that needs continuous thrust to maintain altitude.

As a verb thrust

is (lb) to make advance with.

Satellite vs Satelloid - What's the difference?

satellite | satelloid |


As nouns the difference between satellite and satelloid

is that satellite is a moon or other smaller body orbiting a larger one while satelloid is an artificial satellite that needs continuous thrust to maintain altitude.

Artificial vs Satelloid - What's the difference?

artificial | satelloid |


As an adjective artificial

is man-made; of artifice.

As a noun satelloid is

an artificial satellite that needs continuous thrust to maintain altitude.