Background info: I was building a station similar to how the iss was built. So I added module by module. I placed a control module, with a drone core, lots of RCS fuel and SAS modules. After that I added a module where crew can live, with a bunch of science experiments. And the last component I added before this happend were the solar panels themselves.
Because I wanted such big arrays, I didn't launch everything attached. I had two poles with the solar panels, and a base that had three docking ports. One medium, to attatch to the space station, and two small for the solar panels. All three units had drone cores, RCS Control and small solar panels so I could fly them to their destination.
Problem: After I managed to add the solar panels succesfully, everything worked just fine. All physics were fine, and power was coming in. but when I exited KSP and loaded the save the following day to add the next component, all those solar panels started to freak out. I managed to close KSP with task manager before it saved, so I can make a video about it, and here it is:.
As you can see on the map the next module was very close to the station, and then I noticed the solar panels doing it, because when I was further away physics weren't applied to it.
Sorry this got a bit long. But does anyone know what is happening here and how should I handle this? (turning off or on SAS and RCS does not work).