The recent explorations of near-Earth asteroids Ryugu and Bennu provide surprises regarding the physics of regolith in rubble pile asteroids. The OSIRIS-REx sample and return activity discovered that what appears to be a solid surface is quite fragile, exemplified by OSIRIS-REx not even registering contact while the sample and return mechanism pushed down some 48cm below the surface. The Asteroid Origins Satellite+ (AOSAT+) mission proposes to address the physics of low gravity regolith using centripetal acceleration to reproduce a microgravity laboratory in low earth orbit, including vibration and impact experiments to understand the physics accretion and deflection. To eliminate the vibration environment due to reaction wheels, the satellite is stabilized with torque rods only, using anticipative genetic optimization. This provides a low vibration rotational environment that closely mimics that seen on rubble pile asteroids. A payload comprising a chamber partially filled with crushed meteorite chondrite regolith provides a simulated surface upon which manipulative experiments can be completed.