Global Data Service™ is Kepler's low-cost non-time sensitive data backhaul service for remote operations. Kepler’s satellites operate in low-Earth orbit, where each satellites passes around the Earth every 90 minutes. A large number of LEO satellites are needed to provide a continuous connectivity service that can be used for streaming or regular internet browsing. With a small number of LEO satellites, Kepler can provide means to efficiently store and forward data, moving large quantities of files and information globally like media files, data logs, or scientific data. As new LEO satellites are added to our network, the delivery time decreases.