Small ships often have a gyroscope with which to rotate. A gyro consists of two
balanced, rotating rings, one within the other. When they spin, they will transfer rotation
in the opposite direction to the ship's hull. Spinning gyros also help to stabilize the
craft if they are rotating at level, for example during atmospheric flight.
The same thing as regular thrusters, except these are located over several spots
along the hull. Sometimes they can move to point in a specific direction before firing.
Maneuvering thrusters are more precise than the etheric rudder, but not as powerful.