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Going for the enemy’s radiators might be an alternative strategy, with radiators being large, easy targets, although radiators, once armored, are surprisingly sturdy.Not remotely as strong as monolithic armor, but still able to take a reasonable beating of projectile and laser hits.Indefinitely extrapolating this trend would lead one to conclude warfare will soon be nothing but people sitting in their spacecrafts launching missiles at one another. CIWS point defense systems are already starting to shift the balance away from missile strikes.As suggested in an earlier blog post, military strategists are even beginning to suggest the development of CIWS systems may bring naval warfare full circle, all the way back to World War I battleship warfare. Indeed, enormous salvos of missiles are effective at overwhelming CIWS systems, and they are in game as well.Final, misconception, wouldn’t computers just control everything in combat? CIWS systems are already computer controlled, and all weapon aiming is similarly already controlled by the computer in game.
In game, the systems ended up surprisingly balanced, with neither being a dominant strategy, with either being more effective in certain situations, and weaker in others. On the other hand, at very close ranges, where diffraction is not an issue, lasers outperform projectiles easily.
As it turns out, the right or wrong decision can mean the difference between victory and failure.
In game, you won’t be aiming any weapons and firing them, nor will you be flying drones around.
There is a finite amount of power to use when firing, except for conventional guns.
Conventional guns suffer from low muzzle velocities, and high muzzle velocities are crucial to intercepting missiles coming at you at greater than 1 km/s. The power of lasers in space drops painfully fast with distance, and frequency doubling only ameliorates the issue slightly.
This power limitation is what prevents these point defense systems from being impervious to missile salvos. Lasers are notoriously low efficiency compared to projectile weapons. When comparing hypervelocity projectile impact research with laser ablation research, one discovers a stark contrast in their efficacy.