It is not obvious what orbital parameters you refer to, but both Skyfield and the underlying python implementation of SGP4 provide a way to generate a satellite object from some orbital parameters (equivalent to TLEs but not in the TLE format) and propagate an orbit for it. Here is some documentation:
Skyfield: Build a satellite from orbital elements
How big of a problem is the Lunar eclipse in April 2014 for LADEE?
8.5 years later, we know the answer. From Wikipedia's LADEE; End of mission:
The probe then dealt with the April 2014 lunar eclipse on April 15, during which it could not generate power because it was in Earth's shadow for four hours. Science instruments were turned off and heaters were ...
Supplemental to @Digger's answer.
Sky & Telescope's Buzz Aldrin, Moonwalker and Eclipsophile, Saw Totality Twice from Space
Partial solar eclipse as seen from the Gemini XII spacecraft during it 12th orbit around Earth. Crew members for the flight were astronauts James A. Lovell Jr., command pilot, and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., pilot. NASA
On November 11, ...