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I want a script that creates a “**Category**” list for a satellite object, by examining all the TLE file links available at: https://celestrak.com/NORAD/elements/
The category short name is described by the filename of the link. The category description should correspond to the LINK text.
For example, the object with the NORAD **Catalog Number 25544** would have category labels:
- The module must be written in Python 3.x.
- The script should initialize a SQL table containing NORAD Object Number / Category pairs for each association.
- The script should update these associations on subsequent calls.
- The association should support nested categories
For example, the category “Scientific Satellites” includes the satellites in the files
The script should work with these URL contents in-memory, and not require file storage or file operations.