The NASA Planetary Content API is a complimentary extension that upgrades the visibility features of imagery and other crucial geospatial information that astronomical scientists access through the Google Maps API. NASA developed the Planetary Content API to increase the quality standards of web-based frameworks for map types such as Moon maps and Mars maps. The RESTful API is a beta release and the Google Maps API key is sufficient for its authentication.
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25-05-16 13:40:39[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: PriceJSON, Serendipify.Me, Travelbriefing, SimpleML, JsonOdds, OnTop updated with Related API NASA Planetary Content