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Cross-posting this on a few forums:
This video was posted on the 'I F-ing Love Science' facebook page.
According to IFLS it is a two stager S motor (S31/S30)

Pretty cool. 
The thing that grabbed my attention most was the sudden counteraction to the rapid spin. 
When it happened some text briefly flashed up about 'yo-yo de-spin' which I'd never heard of so I looked it up, very interesting!
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very kool thanks for sharing!

Bill Clune L3 | NAR#88583
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That was really cool (even if not in the MDRA sense).
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Level-2 certified but mostly fly G and under;
Volunteer compiler of manufacturer's news for ROCKETS Magazine.
Very cool! Thanks for sharing!
I love the idea behind the yo-yo de-spin.  So simple yet very effective.

If you go to their website they explain what the payload is, some VERY cool stuff stuff there.
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