How to make a suit that can withstand the heat and light of the solar system?
That’s the mission of the Paint Suit, a project that will use a mix of carbon and metal to create the armor for the first time.
The idea is simple: make a mask that can survive the harsh conditions on the surface of planets such as Mars and Saturn.
The idea comes from the team at 3D Systems, a Los Angeles-based company that has been building the armor since 2011.
“The paint suit is basically a set of protective materials that are used to protect your skin from the harsh environments that you’re going to be in,” said lead researcher Michael F. Kostrzak, an engineer at 3DSystems.
“It’s a layer of paint that protects the skin and gives it a natural, matte look.
It’s like the skin that protects you from the sun.
So, for the solar environment, the paint will protect you from a solar flare, but for the surface, the solar radiation will cause it to be a bit darker and more reflective.
The paint will reflect a bit more light and create a more natural, less reflective surface.”
Kostrzyks team has already created a prototype suit of paint on the Mars surface, and it is now ready for testing on the red planet.
But it’s not the only mission in the works.
The team also plans to use the technology to create armor on asteroids.
As the world prepares to head into space in the next few years, the technology is crucial for keeping astronauts alive in harsh conditions.
A new technology like the Paint suit could provide a new layer of protection against the harsh environment of space.