After a great viewing last night, the ISS is set for another extended sighting tonight and you don’t have to be up at 3 AM to see it. This one’s in prime time, starting at 9:02 PM. It will rise out of the southwest sky reaching about 80 degrees into the sky before slicing across the evening sky at 17,500 mph. It will finally set in the northeastern sky after a 6 minute trip. You’ll have no problem spotting it as long as the weather cooperates, so live long and prosper!