What parameters of the orbits differ from each other equatorial, polar, synchronous, diurnal, stationary artificial satellites of the Earth?

For polar satellites, the axis of rotation of the Earth lies in the plane of the orbit; for equatorial satellites, the orbital plane coincides with the equatorial plane. Synchronous satellites have an orbital period that is a multiple of the Earth’s rotation period. For diurnal satellites, these two periods coincide. A geostationary satellite is an equatorial diurnal satellite. Its satellite point does not move along the surface of the Earth.

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