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I use it last stages of my boosters to bring them down to not make mess on orbit?

My mom always said to clean when you finish you job, the orbit is not different, and i don't want to delete debris via tracking station, it's little cheating in my opinion.

I just wonder how many players use Sepratron I to clear debris after launch?

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On 10/18/2014 at 11:42 PM, KahnRa said:

The force will fling it down, and away it goes.

This is the reason I posted my response. What KhanRa did is correct, but not how he described it. If anyone stumbles on this post and gets a better understanding of orbital mechanics or conservation of momentum from it, then it was worth it.
That KhanRa himself was only active on this forum for six days is completely irrelevant to me.

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3 minutes ago, Kerbezena said:

If anyone stumbles on this post and gets a better understanding of orbital mechanics or conservation of momentum from it, then it was worth it.

Well,  you also risk to trigger Streisand_effect

Personally, I think that idea and the one in the OP are odd ways to deorbit a spent stages, even if it works. Why even bring to orbit something  and , as soon as you get it there, deorbit it without recovering? Just drop it before circularizing and let the Kraken take care of it.

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