The International Space Station will be visible again in the sky above southern California every night for the coming week. Currently the ISS has a newly docked Russian supply vehicle. Space Shuttle Endeavour, which was supposed to launch on Friday, may launch on May 8th – however NASA has not released an official launch date yet.
The ISS will be visible as one of the brightest (mostly the brightest) star-like object in the sky as it passes approx 200 miles overhead at over 17000 mph.
The table below gives a lot of information about each visible pass including when and where to look.
Click on the date to get a star chart and other pass details.
note: above predictions provided by the web site http://www.Heavens-Above.com