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Are there any photos or videos of the drones at Gatwick?

The question asks for photos, and if no photos exist, asks about the reliability of eyewitnesses/news.

Is it on-topic, or should it be closed?

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IMO it should be closed; it is off-topic for more than 1 reason:

  1. Resource finding, if no photo(s), then:
  2. Opinion based, and lastly:
  3. Not aviation related – whaaaaat?!

It is an event, that happened to an airport, that disrupted air travel.

The same event can happen to a sensitive government building, disrupt road traffic, and also make the news.

The question revolves around an event and its related conspiracies/theories, which makes it a better fit for Skeptics.SE.

It is of no value to aviation. A better question (for Aviation.SE) that can stem from such an event can be: how do airport scan for and protect against drones?

Two years later, it was asked: How do airports detect drones? :)

Just my 2¢, over to you.

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    $\begingroup$ I agree. I also thought "What has this got to do with Aviation?" but didnt say anything lest I get lots of "It happened at an airport!!!1 how can it NOT be about aviation?!?" $\endgroup$
    – Jamiec Mod
    Feb 28 '19 at 16:33
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    $\begingroup$ @Jamiec: I could have stopped at 2, but I had to get it out 🤣 $\endgroup$
    – ymb1
    Feb 28 '19 at 23:51

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