The Reconnaissance Drones (無人偵察機 are remote surveillance drones created by Mujin Teisatsuki, lit. Unmanned Reconnaissance Aircraft)Toho that first appear in the 2017 animated Godzilla film, GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters.
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As the interstellar emigration ship Aratrum enters the Earth's low orbit, twelve Reconnaissance Drones are launched to conduct a scouting report. Upon entering the troposphere, it is concluded that the time since departure from Earth is approximately 10,000 years. A video and audio feed is then established with Drone 6, as the drones reach an altitude of 2,000 meters, and thick particles floating in the atmosphere are detected, thus making it exceedingly difficult to see. As the drones steadily descend, an electromagnetic interference is detected, and the 'fog' in the atmosphere is concluded to be an abnormality. As the drones' sensor modules are switched, so as to solve the visibility constraints, atmospheric density rapidly begins increasing at an altitude of approximately 500 meters, making further descent impossible. Soon after this, the drones detect sudden movement, which does not go unnoticed by Halu-elu Dolu-do. Drone 6 is then switched to sound wave reconnaissance, and temperatures around the drone begin to increase drastically. A familiar roar booms through the drone's audio feed, just before its signal is severed. Energy readings around the drone register nearly 180 gigawatts, causing for a high probability of a high-power electron discharge, or atomic breath.
Overall, the drones' readings are influential in concluding the status of Godzilla and Earth itself. It is gathered that Godzilla acts independently rather than in a herd or pack, due to steady radiation levels which indicate that the coexistence of multiple Godzillas is improbable.
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