SARJSolar Alpha Rotary Joint
SARJWorkshop on Severe Accident Research in Japan (Tokyo, Japan)
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In addition to the arrays and SARJ, Space Systems in Sunnyvale designed and built other elements for the Space Station.
5 ft-diameter race rings connected by 12 evenly spaced trundles, will enable the SARJ, built by Lockheed Martin, to spin and allow for continuous rotation of the outboard truss structure to maintain optimum positioning of the solar arrays to the Sun; maximizing the solar power provided to the ISS.
Drive motors in the SARJ will move the arrays through 360 degrees of motion at four degrees per minute.