Difference between an artificial and a natural satellite, Physics

What is the difference between an artificial satellite and a natural satellite?

Ans) 1:artificial satellites are man made while natural satellite are formed by nature.
2:artificial satellites require energy for installation and to rotate around any planet while natural satellites do not need any energy for revolving.
3:artificial satellites move closer than the natural satellite
4:moon is a natural satellite whilst telecom satellites are examples of an artificial satellite.

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