From Los Angeles tonight, just a few minutes before 8 p.m., there's a
high bright pass of the International Space Station.
It will appear low in the southwest about 7:54, and by 7:56 it'll be
very high in the sky, slightly to the west, moving from southwest to
It will be very bright, looking like a moving star. Just after 7:57, it
will pass into earth's shadow, and slowly fade out of sight in the
If you see it, be sure to wave at the astronauts!
For other passes and satellite information, I use http://heavens-above.com