First of all, step out and check out that Full Moon! It’s a beautiful sight. I only have to tell you to look up. You’re sure to find it.
You might be thinking, “Gosh, I sure wish the International Space Station would fly over on this perfect evening.” Well, guess what?!
At approximately 9:15 you’ll see a light grow brighter and brighter in the southwest sky. It will fly from the southwest to the northeast. It will look like a really bright star steadily moving across the sky. It will be visible for 6 minutes. It will first appear at about 10 degrees above the southwest horizon and will disappear about 10 degrees above the northeast horizon.
Pictured below is the very lucky crew on the International Space Station. Give ’em a wave as they go by! haha