In The Force Awakens, Han uses hyperspace to mask the Millenium Falcon's entrance into a planet's atmosphere and then manages to land the ship in one piece.
Just how likely (using sci fi physic allowances) is it that you could leave hyperspace within a planet's atmosphere and still be able to land a ship?
So that the point of the question is not lost, I'll use an analogy. There are many feats of piloting in movies like, say, Top Gun, that pilots forgive because..movies, and there are other things that they just flat out will tell you is not physically possible.
I'm asking if landing on a planet after leaving hyperspace in atmosphere would be one of those things, even in a universe where sci fi physics are real, that we would have to forgive because movies (ie, it is not possible but makes for a good movie feat) or if we would agree that such a thing could be possible...on a good day...as long as we were really good pilots.
EDIT: Maybe it's my wording.
In this question, I am playing the skeptic from within the Star Wars universe. I accept that the Star Wars universe is real, I accept that the Resistance did what it did. but I am doubting the details of how they were done. For instance,
Rey thought Luke Skywalker was just a legend.
Would people, years after TFA, believe this hyperspace story was but a legend, too?