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  1. Select your solar system and body.
  2. Enter how many satellites are in your launch bundle.
  3. Enter a target altitude or orbital period for your deployed network. Default is minimum altitude/period.
    • Protip: Geosync orbit has a period of 1 day (days are relative to body rotation).
  4. The results will display deployment orbit.
    1. Launch your bundle to the deployment orbit.
    2. Each periapsis circularize 1 satellite.
    3. Repeat until your out of satellites.
  5. Deorbit your junk.

Being accurate with your orbit time period is far more important than matching altitude exactly. Make sure to compensate for decouplers and adjust your period back after each satelitte stage event. Satellites should be within 0.05sec of desired orbit, use 'Ctrl' + translation thrusters.
*Note: Placement precision near 0 will require a 0' inclination.


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