Head outside and look up, the International Space Station will be visible tonight starting at 8:44 PM eastern time. You’ll notice a steady movement without flashing lights as it begins to make its pass from the west/southwest, climbing high in the sky and then disappearing in the northeastern sky. All of this will be visible for about 6 minutes and will be incredibly bright, in fact it could be the brightest object in the sky. Clear skies and comfortable temperatures will make this a perfect family event.
When: Tonight 8:44 PM eastern
Where: Look to the west/southwest
Next Viewing: Friday night at 7:58 PM eastern in the south/southwest