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Sophisticated interface for exploring the birds of North America. Combination of USGS and Audubon Society data. Required Flash 8.
This Google Maps Mashup animates thru latest tweets tagged with #egypt (related to Egypt Protests)
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Genetics, Japanese, Astronomy, and Patents. Highlights today include several APIs for Japanese search engine Goo, and an API for accessing near-earth objects data from NASA. Here's a rundown of what's new.
Space is big. Really big. That means a lot of information, and where there's data, there's opportunity for automation. Now, NASA wants your help to create new APIs for its extensive and ever-growing data archives. Launched in 2011, data.nasa.gov offers APIs for many different types of information--ranging from Mars Science Laboratory Raw Images to Annual Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Reports--as JSON objects via a RESTful interface.
||The Asterank database acts as a layer over the NASA/JPL Small Body Database. The JPL Small-Body Database Browser includes data on orbital elements, orbit diagrams, physical parameters, and discovery...||Science||04.25.2013|
Asterank Kepler Project
||Asterank provides a queryable database containing information on over 2,000 exoplanets and unconfirmed "objects of interest" collected through NASA's Kepler Project. The Kepler spacecraft detects...||Science||04.25.2013|
Asterank Minor Planet Center
||The International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Center (MPC) is responsible for the designation of minor bodies found within our solar system. This includes minor planets, comets, and natural...||Science||04.19.2013|
Asterank SkyMorph / NEAT
||The Asterank SkyMorph / NEAT API provides a RESTful JSON interface to NASA's SkyMorph archive. SkyMorph helps researchers to find variable, moving, or transient celestial objects by providing access...||Science||04.25.2013|
||Ephemerides (singular: ephemeris) are tables of values that give the positions of astronomical objects in the sky at a given point in time. Object positions are written in terms of right ascension...||Science||01.14.2013|