This week will be a great one for seeing the International Space Station -- especially tonight, NASA says.
Assuming the night sky stays clear, the ISS will be visible for three minutes starting at 6:09 p.m.
Look five degrees above north-northwest and track it as it heads to 11 degrees above the southeast. You can wave, but it probably won't do much good.
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