Yeah, i know it's raining right now, but at about 9PM, if it's clear, the ISS, magnitude -3.7, will pass almost directly overhead (elevation, 89 degrees)
Watch in the nortwest tonight about 9:07 PM. and it should be going almost straight up on the sky.
In case you cannot see the horizon, be there at exactly
21:10:09 and see it due overhead.
Here's the numbers from heavens-above
3 May -3.7 21:07:15 10 WNW 21:10:09 88 N 21:12:37 13 ESE
This means it will reach 10 degrees altitude at 9:07 PM, EDT,
and reach the highest altitude (overhead) at 9:10:09 PM,
and fade out at 9:12:37 PM as it enters the Earth's shadow, altitude 13 degrees.
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