There are a few good chances to see the International Space Station this week, and few, if any, clouds to block the view.
In each case, it will rise over the northwestern horizon.
The station will make a short pass in the northern sky Tuesday night, appearing at 7:55 p.m but disappearing into Earth's shadow three minutes later.
It will make a longer appearance Wednesday night, moving low across the northern sky starting at 7:03 p.m. It will disappear in Earth's shadow just before it reaches the eastern horizon at 7:08 p.m.
On Thursday, it will appear just before 7:47 p.m., tracking across the southwestern quadrant of the sky before disappearing in the southern...