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Why are spacecraft made to “spin” after launch?
At some point after launch, usually just before or after separation from the last booster stage, spacecraft are often made to "spin" (about the axis of their trajectory)? See e.g this You Tube video. ...
Nov 26 '11 at 19:58
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