There is only one main force acting on a satellite when it is in orbit, and that is the gravitational force.
How about singing, showing off art work or even acting out a skit you made or something. ;^P
Acting space is the amount of space on a stage or wherever you are performing you can use to perform on.
Whereas it may not have been the first book on acting, Constantine Stanislavsky wrote the most influential set of books on acting: An Actor Prepares, Building a Character, and Creating the Role. Richard Boleslawiski's Acting: the First Six Lessons may have preceded it.
They played boxing and acting!
Free Body Diagram
An object will continue accelerating as long as there is a force acting on it. (Newton's Second Law)
It is a method of periodically accelerating the satellite in the opposite direction against the forces acting on the body of the satellite like gravitational forces, eddy currents etc. in order to maintain the correct orientation of satellite in space and maintaining its orbit. The two most common methods employed to keep the satellite stable in orbit are: spin stabilization and three axes body stabilization.
The object is not accelerating.
If the force acting upon an object are balanced then the object must not be accelerating
acting diffrent or showing off a move
... is definitely accelerating.
No; gravity will continue acting on your body. If there was no force acting on your body while in space (let's say an orbiting satellite), the satellite would fly out of Earth's orbit and just wander off forever, but that doesn't happen - so gravity has to be acting on the satellite and your body as well!
If forces are acting on it in opposite directions. For example, a book sitting on a desk has gravity acting on it, but it has the desk holding it up. No accelleration.
Any unbalanced force, but there must be a force.
The force of gravity.
If you add up all the forces acting on an object, they are balanced if they equal zero. (They cancel each other out). If the forces acting on a object are balanced, then the acceleration of that object is zero. It may still be moving, but it is not accelerating. An object that is not accelerating, (the sum of the forces acting on it is zero), is in equilibrium.