Pictures of the ISS: #CatchLuca November 8-15

"30 sec single shot with lens at 18 mm with f/3.5 taken from Monterrey, Mexico. The ISS was coming from the Southwest over the Sierra Madre Oriental. It came between Venus and the moon. Awesome view!" - Rodrigo on October 7, 2013

“30 sec single shot with lens at 18 mm with f/3.5 taken from Monterrey, Mexico. The ISS was coming from the Southwest over the Sierra Madre Oriental. It came between Venus and the moon. Awesome view!” – Rodrigo on October 7, 2013

This week, I get the opportunity to again share with you incredible pictures of the ISS. As Astronaut Luca Parmitano wraps up his time on the ISS, I’m sad to see him go, but excited that I have many weeks of ISS photos to continue to share even after he’s landed! Check out this week’s awesome photos and stay tuned for even more!

Share Your Pictures of the ISS!

Check it out – and send me your photos too! 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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Bill on Thursday, October 24 in Canada

"Taken from Backyard in Chilliwack B.C. Canada Luca and companions playing the Lyre (harp) ISS passing through the constellation Lyra Canon T3i 25 sec. exposure 18mm focal length f3.5 ISO 100 This might be the last time I can get Luca`s pic while he is on the ISS  He may be back home by the time the station passes by us at the right time to get another." - Bill

“Taken from Backyard in Chilliwack B.C. Canada
Luca and companions playing the Lyre (harp)
ISS passing through the constellation Lyra
Canon T3i 25 sec. exposure 18mm focal length f3.5 ISO 100
This might be the last time I can get Luca`s pic while he is on the ISS
He may be back home by the time the station passes by us at the right time to get another.” – Bill

Justin (@voxframe) on October 28, 2013 in Quebec

"ISS Over Knowlton Quebec." - Justin

“ISS Over Knowlton Quebec.” – Justin

Juan in Los Fresnos, Texas

Juan

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