SM-3 intercepting endo-atmospheric target? (Full Version)

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Vici Supreme -> SM-3 intercepting endo-atmospheric target? (4/23/2017 4:11:06 PM)

Attached are save files which showcase SM-3 missiles being able to intercept ballistic targets on terminal phase within the atmosphere. The SM-3 DB entry however states a minimum target altitude of 100 km ASL? Load the save file, press play and see what happens. ASBMs are already on their way towards the CSG. USS Higgins should open up once missiles are detected.

[Edit: re-attached the zip file. Should work now.]




Eggstor -> RE: SM-3 intercepting endo-atmospheric target? (4/23/2017 7:20:24 PM)

The attachment didn't attach. Question; did the SM-3 launch when the ballistic target was below 100 km or was the interception made below 100 km?




Vici Supreme -> RE: SM-3 intercepting endo-atmospheric target? (4/23/2017 8:39:42 PM)

My bad! Yes on both. The first salvo did launch when the targets where still above 100 km but the intercept and subsequent launch of a second volley both happened below 100 km.




Eggstor -> RE: SM-3 intercepting endo-atmospheric target? (4/23/2017 11:24:39 PM)

Up until the second launch, I'd say things worked.




Vici Supreme -> RE: SM-3 intercepting endo-atmospheric target? (4/24/2017 12:07:09 AM)

I'm almost sure that an intercept within the atmosphere is not possible, simply because of the SM-3's warhead. I'll wait for the Devs to take a look.




Filitch -> RE: SM-3 intercepting endo-atmospheric target? (4/24/2017 6:42:42 AM)

This problem already presented http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/tm.asp?m=4190345




Dimitris -> RE: SM-3 intercepting endo-atmospheric target? (4/24/2017 10:16:48 AM)

Slightly different problem there (it was an aerodynamic target, and the DLZ calcs are different for aero and ballistic targets), but we'll definitely take a look. Thanks.




Vici Supreme -> RE: SM-3 intercepting endo-atmospheric target? (4/24/2017 11:32:19 AM)

Thanks




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