Various morphs and morph upgrades have or add the Thrust Vector mobility type, apparently sometimes also referred to as Thrust-Vector and as Vectored Thrust. But due to the way things are written, I'm unsure about what exactly it is and what are its technical characteristics, especially in regards to how much vertical thrust (lift) such systems are capable of providing (i.e. are they suitable for normal or high gravity) and how they interact with atmosphere/vacuum.
Eclipse Phase corebook, page 310 (emphasis added):
Thrust Vector: These shells use either turbofans or turbojets to create atmospheric lift with a set of wings.
The engines may be maneuvered to point and generate thrust in different directions for vertical takeoffs/landings and better maneuverability in zero-G. [Moderate]
Turbofans and turbojets are types of airbreathing engines.
However, in the Morph Recognition Guide, page 30, Fighting Kite (emphasis added):
In vacuum, it can drive itself with thrust-vector nozzles.
Mobility System: Ionic 12/40, Thrust Vector 8/40, Walker 2/8, Winged 8/32
So are they capable of working in vacuum or not? If yes, should I assume these are stabilised metallic hydrogen propulsion systems (thus prone to exploding in case of less of control)? If yes to the former and no to the latter, then what are they, and do they provide enough lift in to operate in vacuum in an Earthlike gravity?