NASA’s Meteorite Landings API gives users access to a comprehensive dataset of all known meteorite landings. The Meteorite Landings dataset contains information on over 34,000 meteorites including: place of landing, type of meteorite, size of meteorite, coordinates of discover, and whether the meteorites are 'valid' or 'relicts' (weather damaged meteorites). This API is REST formatted.
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