Jay Reynolds with the Lake Erie Nature and Science Center says the International Space Station and space shuttle can be viewed from earth if you know when and where to look.
The International Space Station will fly over the area tonight if the weather remains clear.
It will begin its pass at 10:32 p.m. from the Northwest. It will then move directly over us then pass to the Southwest at 10:36 p.m.
Clevelanders can look for a bright moving dot in the sky. That is sunlight reflecting off of the space station.
The space shuttle will be seen as a less bright light moving in the same path shortly after.
Reynolds says it's not unusual to see the International Space Station.
But he adds that it typically is not this bright. And the space station does not usually pass directly over the North Coast.