There are more than a dozen opportunities to see the International Space Station fly overhead over the next two weeks.
The list can be found here at NASA's website.
Two of the better chances come Sunday at 9:37 p.m., when the ISS will be visible for four minutes and climb nearly directly overhead. The ISS will appear to the WSW just above the horizon and move overhead and then to the northeast.
Another sighting comes Monday, March 26 at 8:45 p.m. The Space Station will be visible for nearly six minutes. The ISS will appear in the SW sky above the horizon, move nearly overhead, then move northeast 10 just above the ENE horizon.
The ISS is about as far above us as Indianapolis is away and when you include the panels, it's about the size of a football field.
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