Submit your Space Station camera screenshots

Do you like to watch the live HD camera installed on the International Space Station? Did you see anything that want to share?
Take a screenshot on your computer, save the image, then upload it on this web site.
Don't forget to provide a description to let everyone know what is so special about your picture.


RONGILBERT's picture

Haven't seen anyone else on here. Am I the only one?

today for 2 hours there was a large pillar like object on the screen but now my recording software has stopped I lost all that video. I am going to reinstall it hopefully it starts back working. I have two videos that thing.

Hi, I saw that pillar aswell, wonder what
it was. It was when the orbiter was over southern Europe.

I have been on the site for a while now but am finding I get a blank screen now even when the space sat is not in the dark side ,I don't think I have changed any settings my side .'s picture

Space station is a unique place where many astronauts work day and night and doing many test and experiments on the board, with space walk, repairs of cooling systems,. It is a great achivement of the present science where we can achive such advantage to study the universe. HDD Camera also so powerful where one can see the movement of Earth's day & night with a speed of ISS at 28000 kms speed.

Danielwed's picture


Think that the super featured screenshot 01-11-16 must be of the Canadian Coast Mountains near to Vancouver.

SoapySandie's picture

I love to watch our beautiful planet from the camera´s.Fills me with wonder every time.I often leave this view running as a live screen saver finding it very relaxing to watch.

Submission of space station camera screenshots is not easy work to be done. Its need a complete circle which you have described here for interested people who have direct belong this field. However, I try to get bid4papers legit but this will be good to have such information.

Hi, If you want to take photos easyly of ISS try ISS onLive APP. You can capture photos and video and information about visible passes to spot the station. On Google Play