Dust off that old telescope and get ready to head outside to view the International Space Station.  The Space Station will be viewable from West Michigan twice tonight as long as the weather continues to cooperate.

WZZM gives us the details on when and where to look to the sky from Grand Rapids:

Look for two opportunities to view the International Space Station; the first pass will be about 6 minutes long starting at 9:22:18 pm 10° above the SW horizon, reaching an altitude of 84° above the SSE horizon, and departing 14° above the ENE horizon. The second pass will be about 4½ minutes long starting at 10:59:15 pm 10° above the WNW horizon, reaching an altitude of 22° above the NNW horizon, and departing 14° above the NNE horizon.

There will be more opportunities to view the International Space Station, but tonight should provide a better view than most.  Visit NASA to find out more times the International Space Station may be visible from your neighborhood.

Have fun, but don't let the mosquitoes get the best of you!