With clear skies expected and cool temperatures, it should be a nice evening to pop outside to watch the International Space Station in its silent glide over South Florida.
The station will be visible beginning at 8:07 p.m. for six minutes.
Look to the south-southwest for it to appear 10 degrees above the horizon. It will disappear in the northeast.
The space station will appear as a single point of light that is not flashing, as opposed to an airplane that will have many flashing lights.