On-Orbit Data On Demand
Unlock the full potential of your satellite with Kepler’s Optical Service, ensuring critical mission data is available to operators in real time. Our Optical service is a cornerstone for LEO communications, delivering data at 2.5 Gbps, with the capacity to scale with the launch of additional satellites.
How It Works
Our Optical constellation provides LEO satellites with an on-demand, high-bandwidth communications link to the ground for TT&C and Gbps class payload data. The system uses two near-orthogonal planes in sun-synchronous orbits, with satellites in each plane continuously connected optically using SDA-compatible optical links.
LAUNCH YOUR MISSION
Integrate an SDA-compatible optical terminal on your satellite
REQUEST A CONNECTION
Satellites in LEO can request a connection to our optical network
ACCESS DATA ON DEMAND
Once connected, our constellation rapidly downlinks mission data down to Earth
With Kepler’s Optical Service, LEO missions will have the communications infrastructure needed to keep up with the growing space economy, ensuring critical data is available to operators when they need it the most.
Coverage for most LEO satellites
2.5 Gbps optical links
Interoperability with all SDA-compatible terminals
Scheduled or on-demand access
Secure and fully redundant space and ground segments