Extra Orbital Atmospheric Re-Entry, or the Art of Leaping From Orbiting Starships onto Planets. Ignoring that my TITANs are donned in A.T.L.A.S. PCA and thereby protected by force-evaporating malarkey nodes, I want to know how they'd be in the middle of these jumps. In my book, a TITAN Super Soldier leaps out of a starship orbiting outside the exosphere to join a battle on the planet below instead of getting in a drop pod or a shuttle. This is meant for shock and awe, because someone's just leapt out of a space ship to kick your teeth in personally. In any event, a 10,000km leap would normally leave one as a pile of goop on the ground, and that's the end of that. But my TITANs, thanks to their armor, can survive this situation and go on fighting like nothing's happened. What I want to know is simple. In each layer of the atmosphere, what would their terminal velocity be, and how hard do they hit the ground? For reference, the average TITAN in A.T.L.A.S. PCA weighs 2,850(2,520 for the suit, 330 for the soldier) pounds, and the armor is boxy and not very aerodynamic as a result. On average, they are eight feet and four inches tall in said armor, and about three and a half feet wide at the shoulders. The planet they will be jumping onto in the scenario is Earth, since we know all of it's things.