These plots show the various shells of the constellations.
satellite orbital height and inclination are shown as blue dots.
Vertical red lines show the nominal heights of the constellation layers as
declared by the constellation owner; red squares on those lines show the
nominal position of the shell in height and inclination.
Vertical magenta lines show actual heights of operational subshells as identified by me.
Slanted green lines show loci of constant orbital plane precession rate (figures are in
degrees per day).
This shows, for example, that Starlinks group 1 and 4, although at different height
and inclination, have orbital planes which precess at the same rate.
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