Tonight you get not one, but two chances to see the International Space Station orbit overhead. The best time to watch the skies tonight is about 9:20pm. Look in the lower portion of the west-northwest sky. It should appear there about 9:22. It will be at it's highest peak in the north-northwest at 9:26pm, then move lower and fade about 9:29. The space station will look like a very bright dot, slowly moving across the sky, much brighter than than any of the stars.