If you missed last night’s flyover of the International Space Station, don’t fret. Tonight promises an even better opportunity to catch the permanent orbiting research facility. Roughly the size of a football field, the Space Station has been performing world-class science and research in a microgravity environment for almost 20 years. Easily visible with the naked eye, look for a very bright light appearing low in the northwest sky at 7:37 p.m. Traveling at about five miles per second, the Station will climb high in the sky to 74 degrees as it heads northeast and dips down below the horizon at 7:43 p.m. The Station and its crew of six astronauts circle the Earth every 90 minutes; this week alone, it will traverse the sky above Morongo Basin six times, but its visibility is affected by time of day, cloud cover, and position in the sky.