A satellite orbits the earth at a constant height above the surface of the earth equal to twice the radius of the earth. A man observes that the satellite appears above the horizon every two hours and passes directly overhead. For how long is the satellite above the horizon?
The satellite will be above the horizon for 47.02 minutes.
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