I was wondering where I could find the TLE of a satellite ( I am looking for CASSIOPE). I went into this link - https://www.n2yo.com/satellite/?s=39265 but it has only got the most recent updated TLE. I would like to have the TLE of the past few days of December and searched a lot for the same but in vain. Don't they store the TLE history just like IERS stores the earth orientation parameters along with other quantities on their website?
You can access a huge collection of historical TLEs in Space-Track after you register and read the rules. See this answer for more on that. When I first started I also though I'd have to scrape them from websites!
update: For CASSIOPE (39265, 2013-055A) (CAScade, Smallsat and IOnospheric Polar Explorer, see pdf linked there for more) the Canadian Space Agency's (CSA) multi-mission satellite operated by MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA):
- Technical Handbook for Satellite Monitoring: Edition 2019 Google books: 2231.500 MHz