There is a moment where the entity just hovers there, before finally it responds via a basic transmission in the same language.
Recent agression shown by inhabitants of [G-S16] requires this [standard compressor unit Mk-LXXVIII] does not give out [Information] on Its [Origin].
A second transmission follows soon after the first.
Stand clear from this unit or your brain will cease to function, so move before [Scanning] commences.
It becomes immediately apparent that at no point did it give any kind of distance to move to...
Although litteral seconds later, before they could have moved anyway, the drone emits a wave of some kind of energy, much like the MISE scanner, before it drops to the ice below with a thud.
As the wave passes, they all feel a strange sensation, although it goes away moments later.
Electronics, strangely, seem unnaffected.
The drone, or more accurately the parts that make it up, sit motionless on the Ice.
Without power, the tractor beam like effect holding them together seemingly stops working.
The core of the entity seems to be powering up again, although while it is still powerless one could try to work out what it is and how it works...
The scan, unlike any other, seems to be targetted mainly at the core of the planet.
Being a rouge planet that supports life, something that the drone detected from some distance away, it is likeley the core of this planet is potentially currently more active than others.
Why it wishes to find this out, is seemingly a mystery.