If you want to see the International Space Station (ISS) in all it's glory, tonight is the night.

According to ISS Astroviewer, the ISS can be easily spotted with the naked eye, especially if it's passing over your area before sunrise, or after sunset. The Space Station is big enough that it reflects sunlight.

Tonight at 7:03 PM is when the sighting will start. It will last for just under 6 and a half minutes.

The red line on the map below indicates where the space station will be sunlit, and visible. With it passing that close to Lafayette, and how clear the sky is, it should be easily visible.

ISS Astro Viewer via Google Maps