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A test method for dynamic imaging of space TDICCD (Time Delay and Integration Charge Coupled Devices) camera was presented in this paper. The test method adopted the PLL (Phase Locked Loop) technology and CMAC (Cerebella Model Articulation Controller) friction compensation as control strategy. Furthermore, According to this method, a test system for dynamic imaging of space TDICCD camera was designed and implemented. The system simulated the movement of the ground objects relative to the space aerocraft, to validate the capability of image speed match and the dynamic imaging quality of TDICCD camera. The design adopted a precision turntable and a drift turntable to simulate the movement around the earth and the drift motion in different latitude due to the rotation of earth, of the aerocraft. The turntables were drived by permanent magnet torque motor which was powered by PWM (Pulse Width Modulation). The system adopted DSP (Digital Signal Processor) as the control core and reached a very high performance. The experimental results showed that the steady speed error was better than 0.01% and the instantaneous speed error reached 0.0267%. The precision of the test system designed met the requirement for dynamic imaging of TDICCD camera.