The MicroShuttle [Heavily based off the Ranger from Interstellar, kek] is a SSTO, or single-stage-to-orbit reconnaissance spaceplane. It can occupy 1 person and 1 AI construct. It runs on a fusion of perpetual gravity bending levitation and finite fuel thrust. There is no space-bending hyperdrive whatsoever. Intergalactic travel incapable. However, it's gravity-distortion cells can bend a planet's gravity beneath it, allowing precise and maneuverable all-terrain hovering. In the event of landing, there are six stabilizer pads witch extend from the flat belly and elevate the spacecraft from the parked landing site by a sturdy six feet. At the back, between the two chemical/ion fusion engines is the circular back door is an entrance to both a 2-part airlock, but the spacecraft itself. If oxygen is present in the atmosphere, the front filters will automatically convert it to combustion. Saving fuel for blast-off. There are solar cells on the back fin. The ship is made of thin material, and is designed to float in the event of a water landing. The carapace is very thin; only millimeters of carbon-enforced aluminum - yet it is dense and resilient enough to withstand intense cosmic rays or light gunfire. But the lightweight material can still be torn or crushed by larger objects, or imploded by an improper airlock pressurization.
It's kind of like a Lunar Module~! Oxo'