Where does the hubble telescope orbit?

The Hubble is in a nearly circular low Earth orbit at a height of about 350 miles, which means it takes a little over an hour and a half to make an orbit.
It's inclined 28.5 degrees relative to the equator, which means the furthest north it ever gets is the very southern tip of Florida or the Sinai Peninsula. The furthest south it goes is about the middle of Australia, and it just misses the northern part of Lesotho.
The Hubble is in a nearly circular low Earth orbit at a height of about 350 miles, which means it takes a little over an hour and a half to make an orbit.
It's inclined 28.5 degrees relative to the equator, which means the furthest north it ever gets is the very southern tip of Florida or the Sinai Peninsula. The furthest south it goes is about the middle of Australia, and it just misses the northern part of Lesotho.