By Steve NesiusThe New York TimesNew York, NY–July 22, 2013–A team of scientists from the University of New Hampshire has made a discovery that may prove critical to the future of NASA’s Neptune mission.
The discovery was made by scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, which is located in Pasadena, California.
It’s called the Neptune Composition Painting, or NCP, and it’s the first time the technique has been applied to an actual painting.
It’s part of a larger research program that has shown that composition painting can be used to create stunning works of art.
It turns out that using composition painting as a means to depict the composition of a composition can produce a more complete picture than a painting without it.
The work, by researchers at the Institute for Molecular Biology and Evolution at the University at Buffalo, is part of an ongoing collaboration between the Jet’s Jet Propulses Laboratory and the University’s Center for Molecular and Bioinformatics and Evolution.
The work, led by Paul J. Wahlberg, a PhD student at the JPL and lead author of the paper, was published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The paper describes how scientists were able to create a new technique that produces detailed 3-D reconstructions of an object’s composition and scale.
It was done by combining three existing methods of composition painting, called compositional stereolithography (CSM), and computational modeling.
This is the first use of CSM to construct 3-dimensional reconstructions in a painting, Wahlberger said.CSM involves the use of computer models of a surface and a material.
The computer models capture the physical properties of the surface and the materials on which the surface is made.
The material that the model is made of is a set of polygons or cylinders that are connected by a mesh.
The team of researchers created the composite surface, which can be painted, in the lab.
It consists of four polygons with two sides that are identical and one that is a different shape, and the mesh.
The mesh is made up of several identical triangles that are joined by a glue.
The researchers found that, with CSM, the model was able to accurately depict the shape of the composite material and scale of the composition.
The compositional model was also able to correctly represent the composition on the model.
The composite surface was also created using CSM without using any paint or oil, the scientists said.
It looked very nice, with a very pleasing grain and a smooth finish, Wachowski said.
The scientists hope that this method will be used for other areas in future spacecraft that need to accurately paint the composition, including the future mission to the asteroid Bennu.NASA plans to fly a new spacecraft to the Red Planet in 2022 that will take photos of Bennu to determine if it contains organic compounds and if the atmosphere is suitable for life.