The images below are of actual OneWeb satellites or models. There are two disk-like appendages and an array of linear gizmos which may be an array antenna.
Is it possible to explain how these two types of structures work in some detail? Are the linear ones pointed at the ground? Do they steer electronically, and if so why is each row at a different fixed angle? Do the disks talk to adjacent satellites? Do they steer?
above: From the New York Times article OneWeb to Launch 34 Satellites as Astronomers Fear Radio Chatter "A model replica of a OneWeb satellite. Credit: Regis Duvignau / Reuters" below x2: from Aerospace Technology's OneWeb Satellite Constellation
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above: Cropped, rotated and sharped from www.ww01.net/en's Three ground stations will be built in China. What information does the “OneWeb” China Bank disclose?. below: From Caixin/com's U.K. Satellite Firm OneWeb Pushes Into China Market in Search of Scale