The only way to do this from a short url is to visit the page and read it for the name.
Technically you could work it out by de-encoding the eaY1Ag, but that would mean reverse-engineering the algorithm used to generate it, which is a LOT more complicated than just poking Confluence with a script or browser.
Thanks for your thoughts, for my problem I found a different solution, I executed a request for this url in response, received a readable url from the page id and substituted it in the api request and then received the name of the space. It sounds complicated, but it works!
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