Definitions for "Geostationary orbit"
A satellite is in geostationary orbit when it remains over the same spot on the Earth (somewhere along the equator). The orbital period is 24 hours (equal to the earth's rotational period). A geostationary orbit is geosynchronous, circular and has zero inclination. There is only one geostationary orbit, a belt encircling the earth's equator at an altitude of about 22,236 miles (35,786 km). It is impossible to have a satellite in geostationary orbit over a point that is not along the equator.
An orbit which circles the Earth above the equator from east to west at an attitude of 36 000 km (GEO)
The circular orbit at 35.780 km above the equator. Satellites slotted on this orbit always appear at the same position in the sky. In degrees towards East (E or positive) or West (W or negative) from the Greenwich meridian.