If the clouds stay away (the forecast says they will), you'll have an opportunity to view the International Space Station. Starting at 7:34 pm, it will be visible to the naked eye low in the west-southwest and will move higher to the right.  It will pass slightly above Jupiter.  The Space Station will be highest at 7:37 pm in the north-northwest.  It will then fade out of view in the northeast at 7:38 pm in the bowl of the Big Dipper.  The Space Station will appear as a very bright star or planet, but moves much more quickly across the sky.  Hope you get a chance to get outside and see it!  For more information on viewing the Space Station and other heavenly bodies (stars/planets) check with Longway Plantetarium at (810) 237-3400 or visit www.sloanlongway.org