I am making a little helper app that mostly links a lot of graphs and images. There is also some text explaining a couple of things, but more importantly that text will probably never (or very rarely) change. The graphs however change every couple of minutes, or in some cases every single minute. But when Google crawls my page, it will always find the same exact content, because the URL's of the graphs stay the same.
The images aren't mine, so I don't have control over the URL, they are NASA's public domain images.
Would changing the URL's by adding unnecessary GET parameters at the end do more good or more bad in this case?