The NASA Planetary Data System (PDS) API serves as a common channel for accessing data stored in all the eight nodes that constitute the PDS directory. Backed by NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, the PDS archives huge collections of planetary exploration data -- ranging from space images to models and telemetry, attributable to planetary missions stretching to as way back as 30 years ago. The RESTful API allows scientists to filter and tailor PDS data to suit their unique needs.
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