At 7:55 p.m. on Tuesday, the ISS will be visible for 2 minutes at max elevation of 42 degrees, appearing from the northwest and disappearing to the north northwest.
If you can’t catch it tonight, don’t worry. The ISS will be visible throughout the week. Below are dates and times via Spotthestation.nasa.gov when viewers can witness the ISS. If your location is not listed below, click here.