Can a spinning object with an unbalanced mass cause “tidal acceleration” on an orbiting satellite, without tidal mass displacement involved? The sun spins and it is not 100% balanced in mass. Look at the sun from North Pole and dissect it into 4 quadrants A B C D, each of those quadrants is not exactly equal to 25% of the mass. By the quadrants not being equal is the point that gravity is attracting to not located directly in the center of spin? Is the point where gravity is attracting to orbiting the center of spin the cause of tidal acceleration on orbiting satellites?