(Irrelevant for 2.0) Gipsy Danger survived hypersonic reentry, I wouldn't be surprised someone calculated that to be something special. " When a meteoroid enters the upper atmosphere of Earth, it is travelling at a very high speed; in the neighborhood of 30,000 MPH. As it enters the atmosphere the air in front of it is compressed. When a gas is compressed, its temperature rises. This very hot air then heats the leading edge of the meteoroid as high as 3,000 degrees F (1,650 degrees C). Then enough heat is generated that the meteoroid catches melts and eventually vaporizes or shatters because of shock effects. Most meteoroids that enter burn up completely, a small percentage make it to the ground and an even smaller percentage actually cause catastrophic disasters" Basically, objects burn up in the atmosphere because their moving at hypersonic speeds and when Gipsy lands we clearly saw her catching on fire.