Why are the periods of rotation of the close satellites of Jupiter and Saturn the longer the further the satellite is from the planet?

These satellites, like the Moon, have periods of rotation equal to the periods of revolution around the planet. The latter, according to Kepler’s third law, are determined by the planetary centric distance.

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