Leave No Trace In Space
All Earth orbiting objects are given a standard mathematical formula or two-line element (TLE). OneWeb is sharing our TLE’s to enable the astronomy community to map our constellation locations precisely and schedule sensitive observational campaigns to avoid our passes. At our operational altitude of 1,200 km, the trajectories of OneWeb satellites are stable and highly predictable. OneWeb’s TLEs can be found here: Celestrak
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