Grab the kids and head outside for a real decent International Space Station flyover at 9:42pm CT. What makes it so great? Instead of hugging the horizon, this one will go up 67° high in the sky–great for viewing! Look right towards the NW sky at 9:42 sharp and look for the steady-moving light. It will end up setting in the ESE sky 5 minutes later after making it’s appearance overhead. Pro tip: Take a pair of binoculars–you’ll be able to see the shape of the ISS and a few finer details! Enjoy!