The Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) Nano Pulsed Plasma Thruster System (nanoPPT) for Micro-Satellites is a pulsed plasma thruster using PTFE.

It is designed to provide competitive delta-V and 3-axis attitude control to CubeSats and microsats.

The NanoPPT is a simple system featuring a thruster head, capacitor, and power processing unit (PPU) with solid propellant meaning there is no need for fuelling.

The system is also scalable and is currently in the process of testing for a test flight on a JAXA mission in 2022.

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Last updated: 2022-08-24

Nano Pulsed Plasma Thruster System (nanoPPT) for Micro-Satellites



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