This week, Susan of Australia found a creative way to share her family’s experience catching Astronaut Luca Parmitano. Instead of submitting a photo of the ISS itself, she shared a photo of her 3 year-old daughter Ruby waving in awe and wonderment that there are people living in space flying over her head. Think about it: Ruby has never lived in a world where every human was living on earth. This picture is a great reminder that seeing the ISS is absolutely magical – no matter how old you are! People from all over the world continue to share their awe-inspiring photos – and I am so happy to share them with you!
#CatchLuca and Share the Wonder
If you experience the wonder of catching Luca, share with me! If you spot the ISS I’d love for you to tweet, email, Facebook or G+ me your picture(s). Additionally, You can also submit your photos right here on my blog, just click this link and upload the photo. I’ll pick some great photos from each week to share on my #CatchLuca blog post. Now is your chance to #CatchLuca and be featured on my next blog!
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Jennifer (@lembasjunkie) on August 21, 2013 in Canada
For many of us catching Luca amounts to catching a small light in the sky. Photographing the ISS is difficult to do and I am always impressed with anyone who can catch him, especially when using an iPhone or small camera. Thanks Valentina for catching Luca and sharing. I love this blip in the sky!
Valentina on Tuesday, August 20, 2013 in Italy
Alessandro (@encisbir) on August 16, 2013 in Italy
Ewa on August 19, 2013 in Turin, Italy
Can you find the ISS? It’s there – a little dot in the sky…let me know if you see it!
Alan on August 12, 2013, south of Italy