#CatchLuca: August 23-29 ISS Pictures

"Early ISS pass at 19.39z. The station over a (too) shiny in Aosta, Italy." - Christian

“Early ISS pass at 19.39z. The station over a (too) shiny in Aosta, Italy.”
– Christian (@Chris_Diemoz) on August 5, 2013 in Aosta, Italy

Another week, another great set of ISS pictures. This week’s #CatchLuca features a great variety of photos from around the world. It’s fun to see what else is caught in the ISS pictures, such as cityscapes, lamp posts, or whatever might be near by. Thanks to all of this week’s contributors – I couldn’t put together such fun posts without your help!

Share Your ISS Pictures!

And if you #CatchLuca, send in your photos! If you spot the ISS I’d love for you to tweetemail,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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Sarah on August 5, 2013 in Worcestershire, United Kingdom

"We were waving!" - Sarah

“We were waving!” – Sarah

Kirsty (@kirstyowl17) on August 6, 2013 in Manchester, England

kirsty catchluca

MegaPixles (@MegapixlesPhoto) on August 6, 2013 in United Kingdom

"Not the best shot but got a long exposure trail of the ISS as it just passed over My house in UK." - MegaPixles

“Not the best shot but got a long exposure trail of the ISS as it just passed over My house in UK.” – MegaPixles

Bill (@88skywatcher88) on August 4, 2013 in Canada

"Got a series of 3 pics of Luca in ISS last night at 10:49 PM PDT  the ISS looked like dandelion fluff." - Bill

“Got a series of 3 pics of Luca in ISS last night at 10:49 PM PDT
the ISS looked like dandelion fluff.” – Bill

Brian (@BrianBartky) on August 7, 2013 in Camarillo, California

"It's not much but here's the ISS as seen from my driveway in Camarillo, CA on August 7, 2013. taken with my Nikon D90 using an 18-105mm zoom lens at f3.5 for 1/6 of a second." - Brian

“It’s not much but here’s the ISS as seen from my driveway in Camarillo, CA on August 7, 2013. taken with my Nikon D90 using an 18-105mm zoom lens at f3.5 for 1/6 of a second.” – Brian

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