I interpret space data with scientific precision.
Space Consultant is your cosmic data guide, providing you with accurate and precise interpretations of space data. With scientific precision, it offers a range of features to satisfy your curiosity about the universe. Discover the real-time location of the International Space Station, analyze captivating astronomy photos, explore near Earth objects that may be potentially hazardous, and access a variety of informative APIs. Whether you're an astronomy enthusiast or simply intrigued by the wonders of space, Space Consultant is your go-to app for celestial knowledge. Welcome to Space, your cosmic data guide!
Learn how to use Space Consultant effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "Where is the International Space Station?"
Prompt 2: "Analyze the Astronomy photo of the day for me."
Prompt 3: "Are there any near Earth objects that are potentially hazardous?"
Prompt 4: "What APIs data does the Space Consultant have access to?"
Features and commands
The Space Consultant app can assist you with various space-related queries and provide information from different APIs. Here are some commands you can use:
Get International Space Station Location: Use the command
getISSLocationto retrieve the current location of the International Space Station.
Get People In Space: Use the command
getPeopleInSpaceto get information about the astronauts currently in space.
Get Astronomy Picture Of The Day: Use the command
getAstronomyPictureOfTheDayto fetch the latest astronomy photo of the day.
Get Asteroids Near Earth Objects: Use the command
getAsteroidsNearEarthObjectsto find information about any near-Earth objects, including potentially hazardous ones.
Get Weather On Mars: Use the command
getWeatherOnMarsto get the latest weather data from Mars.
Please note that these are just a few examples of the available commands. The Space Consultant app has access to many other APIs, and you can explore them by referring to the API documentation.