Clearly we have no fish, but we have vessels, and currently (00:45 EST) the Official US Public Server is suffering from a horrendous bug. Whenever a vessel is powered off, the cockpit exited, then re-entered and powered back on, the vessel begins to behave like a fish out of water. It will spin, roll, pitch, bounce off of, into, and through the ground, as if the ship were made of rubber. It is virtually impossible to control a ship affected by this. The smaller and lighter the vessel, the more noticeable the issue is. I currently have an SV and an HV stuck to my base on my starter planet, as they have been rendered virtually unusable by this. Leaving them alone on the ground causes them to continue to flip, bounce and skip along. At least when docked they stay in place. I have also observed this same behavior in SP Survival, though it appears to have "worked itself out." Logging out and back in may remedy this for a short time, however any use of roll or auto-roll will trigger this spastic behavior again. It is more severe at higher speeds. Speeds less than 40% seem to greatly reduce this issue. I'll reference this thread in the Official US Server forum as well.