1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An axially symmetric space station (principal axis e3, and λ1 = λ2) is floating in free space. It has rockets mounted symmetrically on either side that are firing and exert a constant torque τ about the symmetry axis. Solve Euler's equations exactly for ω (relative to the body axis) and describe the motion. At t = 0 take ω = (ω1,0,ω3). As well I am told to introduce the constants (λ3-λ1)ω3/λ1 α = (λ3-λ1)τ/(λ1λ3) 2. Relevant equations n=ω1+iω2 3. The attempt at a solution I tried several different things trying to solve the problem but unfortunately I could never quite figure out which parts of Euler's equation are zero. I think that the third τ in Eulers equation is zero which would make ω3 constant but then I'm not really sure where to go.