Should an object for argument sake a cube be travelling in space at a stable rotation, if a small object travelling at a high velocity collided with the edge of the cube enough so that on earth if fastened the cube would spin. in space however would this object spin/rotate in a single position or move awkwardly in a almost random direction. If so would the actions of the collision work when the small object colliding with the cube remains the same size yet the cube is 100x its size. Random debate between friends, however neither of us have the knowledge required to actively agree with certainty on any particular point. if it requires any more explanation please let me know.