Photos of the ISS: #CatchLuca September 6-12

"ISS over the Humber Bridge last night."

“ISS over the Humber Bridge last night.” – @MrD_Britton on August 7, 2013 in England

People from all over the world continue to generously contribute photos of the ISS to my #CatchLuca project. This week features some incredible photos from England, Germany, and Ireland. As Astronaut Luca Parmitano enjoys his time on the ISS, we have the chance to take photos of him passing by – and I thank you for sharing your great photos with me! There are more to come, so stay tuned!

Did You Catch Photos of the ISS?

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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Marcus (@marcusD1906) on August 11, 2013 in Germany

"Location iss Germany (west), Saarland, Saarbruecken. Camera: Olympus SP-590UZ (Normal-Model), 25sek. Exposure-Time." - Marcus

“Location iss Germany (west), Saarland, Saarbruecken.
Camera: Olympus SP-590UZ (Normal-Model), 25sek. Exposure-Time.” – Marcus

Matt (@matthiascarter) on August 8, 2013 in Tunbridge Wells, England

"ISS from Tunbridge Wells, England tonight. The clouds tried to get in the way!" - Matthias

“ISS from Tunbridge Wells, England tonight. The clouds tried to get in the way!” – Matthias

Sara (@6thgradersrule) on August 10, 2013 in Dublin

"Caught a photo of the International Space Station, traveling over Dublin." - Sara

“Caught a photo of the International Space Station, traveling over Dublin.” – Sara

Sarah (@larlar1971) on August 11, 2013 in Worcestershire, UK

sara fisher catch

“22:12 pass of the International Space Station, the largest Space Station / laboratory ever built orbiting the Earth, it can be spotted with the naked eye at certain times as it orbits the planet at 17,500mph at an altitude of roughly 200 miles.” – Sarah

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