I would imagine the unit itself can keep itself warm in cold temperatures, assuming it has power. But the upper limit of 122* seems very easy to hit on a roof in the summer anywhere south of Ohio. I wonder if people have tried putting fans or forced air underneath it for summer operation. Maybe even water lines epoxied to the underside.
Why should anyone have to do that? You think the avg person wants to pay 500 for a dish and have to engineer an industrial cooling solution on top of that?
Just build the damn transmitter in a separate case and run some coax cable to it. Done.
Damn overpaid under thinking Starlink engineers.