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NASA Open APIs are a collection of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that provide access to a wealth of data and information generated by NASA's missions and activities. These APIs are freely available to developers, researchers, students, and the general public, enabling them to build innovative applications, visualizations, and tools using NASA's data and resources.

The NASA Open APIs provide access to data from various sources such as images, videos, mission information, satellite imagery, and more. Some popular APIs include the Mars Rover Photos API, which provides access to images taken by NASA's Mars rovers, and the Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) API, which provides access to images of the Earth captured by a camera on board the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite.

By using the NASA Open APIs, developers can create new and engaging ways to explore and understand NASA's data and resources, and share this information with a broader audience. The APIs are easy to use and require no special programming skills, making them accessible to a wide range of users.