NASA is testing a new test sheet for dust on the International Space Station, and its paper is coming to a paper printer.
The NASA Office of Planetary Protection has been testing the test paper’s ability to absorb cosmic rays from space.
The paper was produced by an unnamed NASA contractor in conjunction with the U.S. Army Research Office and is expected to be printed by a U.K. printing company in 2019.
NASA and the U and S governments are working together to ensure that all U.s. government space programs are safe for future generations.
“NASA has developed a test sheet to be used in the next generation of space dust tests,” the agency said in a statement.
“We’re excited to share this test sheet with the American public and to see the great strides it’s making to protect our space stations and future generations of astronauts.”
The NASA paper test paper is a composite of multiple pieces of paper.
NASA has previously released tests of paper that was composed of different types of paper, but this is the first time it has used paper made of space-age materials.NASA has previously tested its paper-making technology, including a paper test sheet that was made of old newspaper.
It is also used to make NASA’s own test paper.
The agency has previously been working to develop space-grade paper that would allow the agency to produce the new test sheets in large quantities, but that technology is still in the development stage.
The space agency has also worked with NASA’s aerospace and defense agencies, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the U,S.
National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation to help develop the test sheet.NASA also announced plans to launch the first paper test sheets into space in 2020.