You can go to http://www.heavens-above.com/ and start an account with your longitude and latitude. Then you can get a printout of when the next time the ISS or shuttle will be visible.<br><br>The coolest part of that web site is being able to see an Irridium flare. this is the relfected sunlight off the polished antennea of the Irridium telephone satellites. You should be able to see a magnitude minus 8 within a couple of weeks. Well worth checking out. They may tell you to drive a couple of miles to get to brightest flare. I dragged my whole family 6 miles west for one. They thought Dad had lost his mind again. But even my six year old thought it was pretty cool. It is easier to do if you have a GPS unit.<br><br>
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