You may catch a glimpse of the International Space Station tonight as it passes over the Riverbend.
Look up at the sky tonight and you might catch a glimpse of the International Space Station passing over the Riverbend.
The huge space laboratory will be visible in the area for four minutes at around 10 pm.
According to NASA's Spot The Station Database, it will appear at 10 degrees north-west, with a maximum elevation of 34 degrees. It will disappear by 23 degrees to the east and northeast.
NASA states that the height above the horizon is the maximum height. The horizon is zero degrees, and the 90 degree angle directly above is also zero degrees.
According to NASA's Spot the Station website, if you place your fist on the horizon and hold it at arm's-length, the top angle will be approximately 10 degrees.
It will be brighter than the Moon, as it orbits 248 miles above the Earth. You can see it without binoculars and telescopes.