I use NASA data every day, even though I don’t work for NASA. They have many detailed and rich datasets available for reading/viewing by the general public. The problem though is that they are often published in archaic formats buried under hard to use interfaces. But with a little ingenuity, anyone can get their hands on amazing data about the universe we live in.
We’ve always been a fan of ISS Notify… but when the open.NASA team saw the latest project from Nate Bergey, we wanted to get him to share it directly with you. This project exemplifies why we share our open data with the public as well as the kind of inspiration we’re anticipating at the upcoming Space Apps Challenge. Hopefully this will be the first in a long series of posts by Nate and other innovators who are using space data to create great things.
I’ve always been fascinated with space. I’ve done plenty of looking up at the skies throughout my life, wondering what I would see if I were up there looking back down below.
I use NASA data every day, even though I don’t work for NASA. They have many detailed and rich ...