A few things I learned this week.. Google delayed MV3 again; there's a great diagram showing all the HTTP response codes and when to use them; the Insight rover is now retired, but the data is available online
The week of NASA launching Artemis I is a good time to check a few of the many APIs that make tons of raw space data accessible for anyone to use.
The ISS Notify API (or is it the Open Notify API?) was written by Nathan Bergey for a Science Hack Day competition, then released to the public. You can use it to find the location of the ISS, or to find when it'll pass over a location! Check it out.
The Space Telescope Science Institute works closely with the Hubble telescope and its operation. They've made available, through their HubbleSite API, tons of photos, videos, and other data.
NASA's API makes their data (such as Mars rover photos) available to anyone who wants to consume it. It's an unprecedented wealth of knowledge, so let's dig in!