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|#36 - high powered laser** goddammit.||04/11/2013 on Navy lasers||+6|
|#35 - Actually, a sufficiently high powered mirror would be able to … [+] (6 new replies)||04/11/2013 on Navy lasers||+2|
#38 - vincetacular (04/11/2013) [-]
Or you might coat your mirror with a radar absorbing coating. If it gets exposed to the laser it would burn the coating but the mirror would kick in right after that and save the rest of the vehicle. It will lose it's stealth but at this point that doesn't mater (since it already has a giant laser thingy trying to kill it it is probably already spotted).
That is hypothetically if the mirror thing would work. A glass mirror would fail if the laser stays focused long enough but a (perfectly) polished metal (if that would be possible) might resist.
#43 - 2scared2login (04/11/2013) [-]
metal would just melt too, do you know how much power that thing has? look it up it can melt rock and stuff that has higher melting point than your "everyday" metals
(even curiosity has a powerful enough laser to melt almost anything, that thing has a tiny(compared to this) laser and much much much much less power)
#48 - vincetacular (04/11/2013) [-]
Perfectly polished metal can reflect it cause it's based on the absorbing of energy and a perfectly polished metal doesn't absorb anything but it's impossible to manufacture so indeed if they tried it it would most likely melt however it would offer some grade of protection (the laser would have to be pointed on the same spot longer on a reflective surface then on a perfect black surface, which again doesn't exist). The lasers in use today are not yet powerful enough for starwars like performance (instant evaporation for large objects isn't possible on this scale as far as I know, at least for the moment)
#51 - 2scared2login (04/11/2013) [-]
you should check what that thing can do, but ofc it can't blow up planets (if by large objects you meant that) but it can pretty much melt thru a big ship pretty fast, not instantly but a big ship isn't that agile anyway to evade light
also starwars lasers are actually closer to plasma in real life than lasers
#55 - vincetacular (04/11/2013) [-]
I haven't considered ships, since they are relatively slow I have to say you are right because keeping the laser focused can't be that hard.
I meant airplanes and drones which move way faster so there a reflective metal might offer some protection. I saw a vid of this laser blowing up a drone in flight and it took quite a long time (say 5-7 seconds), I think a jet with a reflective buffer might get away from a similar weapon where a unprotected jet would be destroyed. Again I ain't no expert so I'm just guessing.
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