in the "RigidBody" class, there are 2 attributes with regard to rotational inertia.
The first one is "InertiaLength", and that describes the radii of gyration that, when squared and multiplied for the body mass, give the values of the principal moments of inertia.
The second one is called "Inertia", and is described as: "The strength of the inertia tensor as a 3 x 3 matrix".
So my questions are:
1) What is the use of "Inertia" attribute? As I understand it, the "Mass" and the "InertiaLength" attributes alone should be sufficient to describe the inertia tensor?
2) In the Aerofly Wiki, the units of the "Inertia" attribute are given as "kg * m² / s". Shouldn't it be "kg * m²" instead?