A high-speed motor for small satellites

22. July 2016

ETH News

A dizzying 150,000 revolutions per minute: Celeroton and researchers from ETH Zurich (Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering) have developed an ultra-fast magnetically levitated electric motor for reaction wheels. The high speed operation allows intensive miniaturisation of the drive system, making it attractive for use in small satellites.

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