What happens to the gravitational force and orbital velocity of a satellite as the satellite transfers to an orbit that is closer to earth?
A) the gravitational force increases and the velocity decreases
B) the gravitational force decreases and the velocity increases
C) the gravitational force increases and the velocity increases
D) the gravitational force decreases and the velocity decreases
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