253 NASA open source software projects

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#5 Product of the WeekJune 27, 2016




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Ben TossellHunter@bentossell · Co-Founder, Token Daily
This is pretty cool 😎 @bethbeck - would LOVE for you to jump in. Got quite a few space nerds here cc @nivo0o0 🚀
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList
@bentossell @bethbeck very cool 😎🚀
Andrew Richard@basictechy · Software Engineer and Machine learning
Can't wait.. Always wanted to see some of NASA's code projects................... 1 Item of my Life TODO list.
Alfonso C. Betancort@abetancort · CDO, Sensamatics
If every code/app done or contracted by any government anywhere in the world which by itself didn't represent a National Security Threat was mandated to be released to the public domain as Open Source, Humankind would stand to gain so much that it's quite probable that it would offset the negative effect, the taxes levied to finance them had on the People. NASA is opening a path that others ought to follow. Open Government is not an abstract concept but a set of concrete actions which include opening and freeing the source code of the tools and the raw data to the People.
Bernd Blume@berndblume · CEO, antsle, Inc.
Interesting list. Gives inspiration for my own projects! :-)
Göran Svensson@appernetic · Co-founder
Great initiative of NASA to see where the taxpayers money goes. In Sweden, we have the oldest Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act dating back to 1766, but still, it is difficult to find information. Sweden participates in European Space Agency's programs and they only have 23 projects on Github: