Pictures of the Space Station: #CatchLuca August 20-September 5

"Top of Monte Forato (LU, Italy), one of the biggest natural arches in Europe. I was here to catch the Milky Way over the arch but couldn't resist to catch Luca passing across the sky ;) 5x 20sec shots taken with Canon 600D, Samyang 8mm." - Matteo, August 6, 2013

“Top of Monte Forato (LU, Italy), one of the biggest natural arches in Europe. I was here to catch the Milky Way over the arch but couldn’t resist to catch Luca passing across the sky 😉
5x 20sec shots taken with Canon 600D, Samyang 8mm.” – Matteo, August 6, 2013

I’m so excited to continue to share pictures of the space station. #CatchLuca has become an exciting part of my week and I’m so thankful that so many others have jumped on board and gotten excited with me. This week features some absolutely incredible pictures of the space station, taken from all over the world! It’s so fun to see the different landscapes in the photos, while knowing that all have one thing in common: they’re catching Luca as he passes by!

Caught Pictures of the Space Station?

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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Masaharu (@kinsou01) on August 3, 2013 in Japan Osaka

"Place : Japan Osaka Camera : Canon EOS kiss X5 Lens : 18mm f/4 ISO200 exposure time 9sec" - Masaharu

“Place : Japan Osaka
Camera : Canon EOS kiss X5
Lens : 18mm f/4 ISO200 exposure time 9sec” – Masaharu

Rodrigo (@rdibildox) on August 4, 2013 in Toronto

"Single frame, original pic from Toronto at 22:43 EST as the ISS was heading NE! Taken with a Canon Digital Rebel T4i on ISO 200 for 20 seconds, 18 mm and f/4.5, pretty basic, but came out nice. Awesome magnitude of -3.7 according to ISS Spotter! Enjoy the spacecamp!" - Rodrigo

“Single frame, original pic from Toronto at 22:43 EST as the ISS was heading NE!
Taken with a Canon Digital Rebel T4i on ISO 200 for 20 seconds, 18 mm and f/4.5, pretty basic, but came out nice. Awesome magnitude of -3.7 according to ISS Spotter!
Enjoy the spacecamp!” – Rodrigo

Adam on August 8, 2013 in Kolo, Poland

"International Space Station over central part of Poland in small city Koło. 60 seconds of exposition. Elewation about 60 deg. Time ~20:30 UTC. Picture has been taken a few seconds before amateur radio random voice contact between Armand SP3QFE on the who was next to me on the ground, and Luca Parmitano, ESA astronaut who is on the board of the ISS." - Adam

“International Space Station over central part of Poland in small city Koło. 60 seconds of exposition. Elewation about 60 deg. Time ~20:30 UTC. Picture has been taken a few seconds before amateur radio random voice contact between Armand SP3QFE on the who was next to me on the ground, and Luca Parmitano, ESA astronaut who is on the board of the ISS.” – Adam

Rhidian (@RhidianR) on August 9, 2013 in Skewen, South Wales

Rhidian catch

“Taken in Skewen, South Wales, UK. The ISS was on an E to W at about 88 degrees, so right overhead. Only got a maximum 30 second shutter on my Sony DSC-H50 superzoom.” – Rhidian

Rhidian (@RhidianR) on August 11, 2013 in Skewen, South Wales

"Taken from my back door in Skewen, South Wales, UK. ISS was heading from WSW so you can see it fade as it crosses from the right of picture to the left as it leaves the sun's rays behind. Have seen the Station almost every night this week but I still get a thrill catching the first glimpse!" - Rhidian

“Taken from my back door in Skewen, South Wales, UK. ISS was heading from WSW so you can see it fade as it crosses from the right of picture to the left as it leaves the sun’s rays behind. Have seen the Station almost every night this week but I still get a thrill catching the first glimpse!” – Rhidian

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