An attendant or follower of another person, often subservient or obsequious in manner.
Tom Cullen could easily be considered a satellite of Nick Andros, in The Stand.
“Yes, son, I was a cowboy up in Washington state.”
“You rounded up cattle and stuff?”
“That’s right, son.”
“But isn’t it foggy up there? How’d you see the cows?”
“Easy. I had a saddle light.”
How will you use satellite in a sentence today?