#8. Launch Library

Last edited on 2023-04-07 Tagged under  #space 

Here are this week's 3 links worth exploring:

  1. The Launch Library 2 is an up-to-date database and API for rocket launches and spaceflight events. Accessible to everyone, for free: https://thespacedevs.com/llapi

  2. Space Telescope Science Institute is the science operations centre for a range of space telescope missions, most famously for Hubble and now the James Webb Space Telescope, and hosts a range of active repositories on GitHub: https://github.com/spacetelescope

  3. WikiArchives.Space is a non-profit project with the goal of creating the largest free-access space photo archive available. Also includes a small collection of space-related ebooks: https://wikiarchives.space/

Quote of the Week: "See, a funny thing happened on the way to space: I learned how to live better and more happily here on Earth. Over time, I learned how to anticipate problems in order to prevent them, and how to respond effectively in critical situations. I learned how to neutralize fear, how to stay focused and how to succeed." — Chris Hadfield, An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth


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