This is what a small plane crash looks like

We can add this new video from NASA to our video collection of things being smashed.

It also shows why people die in small plane crashes, even if they’ve got some flat land to land on.

NASA was testing emergency locator transmitters — ELTs — which are the beacons that send out a signal (assuming the antenna wasn’t smashed in the process) when G forces in an airplane reach a certain level.

In my small plane, I call it the “here’s where you can find my body” device, because it’s unlikely a human body could stand the forces of such a quick deceleration.

This plane was dropped from just 100 feet.