Tonight, Racine is particularly favored for a good pass of the International Space Station and the Space Shuttle. Both of them will be brighter than Sirius (the brightest star in the night sky). And the Weather Underground indicates a good chance of clear skies tonight.
The ISS passes first. It will appear low in the southwest at 7:46pm and pass very high in the southest (almost overhead) at 7:49pm. It will be followed by the Space Shuttle at 8:09. The Shuttle will follow a similar path (remember, it is going to catch up to and dock with the ISS in a couple of days, it had better be chasing the Station!)
This Shuttle mission is going to install a new set of solar panels. Solar panels are large and reflect a lot of light. You should notice the ISS get noticeably brighter after this misison.
You can always find the latest predictions at Heavens-Above or Spaceweather's Simple Satellite Tracker.
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