The night’s sky is lit up brightly as the small vessel tears through the atmosphere. Its inhabitant, Gehx, has been studying the planet’s inhabitants for the last several months and was planning a trip homeward when a satellite collided with his craft—a small miscalculation on his part.
Now, he struggles with the controls. In this atmosphere his body has already begun to break down and liquefy. That means that there is a breach in the hull somewhere—most likely an easy repair. It is the least of his concerns at the moment though. If his ship crashes, there won’t be a hull to repair.
Downward, into a spiral the ship goes. To anyone looking up at the night sky, it would appear to just be a meteoroid headed for the ground. Gehx is frantic now. The sudden spiral can only mean that his stabilizers are gone. To make matters worse, he is almost fully liquefied. The instrument panel flashes red, indicating immediate impact.
There is nothing Gehx can do but hope—hope he survives what comes next...