Low Observability is a passive countermeasure (also known in some cultures as stealth measures). In achieving LO, warships attempt to make their hulls as non-reflective as possible across the electromagnetic radiation spectrum, and to prevent any excess heat from being radiated from the ship. Slipfighters and Systems Commonwealth ships like the Asceticism of Action class use it.


  • Real life stealth technology uses similiar techniques in absorbing or deflecting Radar waves.
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