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True, that's the hard part. However, if aimed correctly and well, and if there are electronic controls and a way to control directional flow, it is still possible to get from moving to "stopped" in orbit around some suitable rocky/watery body.

Found this primer from NASA:

https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/basics/chapter13-1/

ThyPeace, the rest is astrophysics.
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