Hm... well, after falling from space, I would expect the doohickey to be more buried in the dirt than it is. Aside from that, though, I can't say I know very much about small craters' appearances.
I wonder if some scattered debris and a broken tree branch in the line of trajectory would help to make it clearer that it fell from the sky... maybe some evidence of several decimeters of skidding wouldn't hurt, either. Suddenly I'm questioning whether we should even be looking for an actual crater here...
On the other hoof, maybe you should just ignore me because I just realized I'm rambling about something I might not even be remotely qualified to talk about.
yeah to be honest I dunno, I mean, I know an object of that size would freaking SPLASH on impact—the mane 6 would've heard it. I was hoping to convey that it managed to slow significantly before hitting the ground, but I guess without adding another page in between some earlier ones actually showing it slow down I guess there's no way I can do that.
Ah! Okay, well that changes things! Yeah, I guess that'd be the only way, and personally I think the inclusion of said page wouldn't be a bad idea. That said, you seem to put a lot of effort into these as it is, so I can definitely understand if it would be too troublesome.