If I interpret your system concept, you want to view over the horizon (OTH) by adding a distant mirror to your overall telescope optical prescription.
First: it's not necessary to go into orbit, depending on how far OTH you want to view.
Second, whether you try to place such a mirror on, e.g., a blimp or in orbit, the difficulties involved in launching, aiming, stabilizing, etc. a mirror of sufficient size to allow enough light-gathering at your ground location are greater than the difficulty in launching a spy satellite (of which there are many, each with a telescope comparable to Hubble's main scope).
Third, for optical reasons (try googling "shower-curtain effect adaptive optics") viewing the ground from orbit suffers far less from atmospheric distortion effects than vice versa. Far better to put the telescope in orbit and send digitized image data to the ground.