NASA's Earth API gives users access to Earth observation data. The Earth API is powered by the Google Earth Engine and consists of a database of images from Landsat 8. Landsat 8 is NASA satellite that takes images of the entire Earth every 16 days. Users can query the database for images of a specific place at a specific date.
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12-12-16 11:27:08[Brief] ProgrammableWeb's Most Interesting APIs in 2016: Entertainment, Lifestyle, and Education updated with Related API NASA Earth
24-02-16 15:54:44[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Switch Payments, NASA, SafetyCulture, Druid, Unbabel, MarketProphit, Knurld updated with Related API NASA Earth