Inspired by Star Wars and other sci-fi space series, we often see their ships shooting lasers as a "big needle", shot three or four times consecutively to perform a volley of laser fire, similar to our metal bullets.
I know from other threads that laser space battle is very unlikely, if not impossible to do, but this question is not about that. I'm also not interested in this laser being able to do (substantial) damage.
Using a similar, but empowered version of today's laser machinery as a weapon in the outer space, is it possible to make a "laser bullet" that is visible to our naked eye in the outer space?
It does not have to be "big". A thin line like a sniper targeting through a smoke screen is enough. A brief series of laser is what I wanted. I'm not concerned with the distance (because laser loses power on a distance). I'm more interested in making it visible and "bullet-like" in series of shots.
Update: This is not a duplicate of Could it be possible to build a Pew Pew Laser? since that the answers in that question focusing on "pew, pew" as in its sound. My question is more about making the laser visible in its trajectory as "bullets".