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Greater LA will get an eyeful between 5:21 p.m. to 5:27 p.m. tonight. That's when the International Space Station passes directly overhead the city, according to "The Space Station should first appear in the northwest sky (about 10 degrees above the horizon) at about 5:21 p.m. It will then travel upward in the sky... After reaching its highest point, the spacecraft will travel downward toward the southeast, eventually disappearing about 10 degrees above the horizon." If it's clear out, the space station will appear brighter than the brightest star—make a wish! []