On January 24, 2019, Likeda Education Satellite (Ladybeetle No. 5) took pictures from orbit. It imaged at 12.58 degrees north latitude and 120.01 degrees east longitude, where was over the Philippines. It was the first picture taken by Likeda Education Satellite.

Because of overexposure, the cloud and ocean on the left of the photo cannot be distinguished. The green part on the right is a part of the Philippines Islands.

Up until 12:30 p.m. on 18th February 2019, Likeda Education Satellite had been in operation for 73 days in the sun-synchronous orbit with an inclination of 97.6 degrees. The satellite revolves around the Earth 15 times every day which spends 95 minutes per lap. The speed and orbital altitude of the satellite are about 7.6 kilometres per second and 547 kilometres respectively. All subsystems are operating normally. Satellite monitoring and control is operating continuously. A total of 7382 telemetry data frames and 1683 photo data frames have been received by the ground stations.