# Revision history of "Tutorial:Rocket Assembly"

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• (cur | prev) 22:32, 8 September 2014‎ ‎ m . . (3,786 bytes) (+67). . (Wrote out possible options to counteract unwanted torque.)
• (cur | prev) 22:30, 8 September 2014‎ ‎ m . . (3,719 bytes) (-24). . (Slightly modified one sentence.)
• (cur | prev) 22:28, 8 September 2014‎ ‎ . . (3,743 bytes) (-52). . (Corrected error in screenshot text, the centre of mass does move when a vessel is not perfectly symmetrical, even if the weights are symmetrical (but not the radii))
• (cur | prev) 22:11, 8 September 2014‎ ‎ . . (3,795 bytes) (+493). . (Added new second paragraph, I hope it is understandable enough.)
• (cur | prev) 21:50, 8 September 2014‎ ‎ . . (3,302 bytes) (-531). . (Removed erroneous part. Radially placed sub-assemblies of the same weight do NOT balance out since τ=r×F—the torque is the radius (distance between centres of mass) and the force (caused by mass))
• (cur | prev) 20:45, 31 July 2014SGCam (talk | contribs)m . . (3,833 bytes) (+1). . (+ one more link)
• (cur | prev) 20:44, 31 July 2014SGCam (talk | contribs). . (3,832 bytes) (+91). . (+ links)
• (cur | prev) 05:38, 2 July 2014‎ ‎ . . (3,741 bytes) (+38). . (clarifying tutorial-2 caption)
• (cur | prev) 05:37, 2 July 2014‎ ‎ . . (3,703 bytes) (+2,529). . (added images)
• (cur | prev) 02:48, 2 July 2014‎ ‎ . . (1,174 bytes) (+1,174). . (Created page with "Most people use sub-assemblies for commonly used part-groups like boosters, but they can do so much more. The trick is to place an arbitrary and unneeded part as the first par...")