JohninMK wrote:That's not what I meant. Look at the different trails they leave as they fall.kvs wrote:Of course not. They would have to have stuck together in a tight clump to produce such the video fireball. Mid air collisions
are rather violent and produce a lot of scattered debris.
Of course there is a non-zero chance that it was a mid air collision of two co-moving drones (why would they be in this formation?)
that was not so violent. But then there would be no chance of the two drones sticking together in a clump.
The video does not tell me the time separation between these two falling objects. So it is rather useless. It is hard to tell if
one is just part of the other (i.e. single Reaper) without more information.