The International Space Station will be visible as it flies over the western Carolinas on Monday night. You'll be able to see it around 9:43PM and it will go out of site around 9:47PM. It will look like a bright star moving across the northwestern sky.
There may be a few clouds to block the view, but many of you should be able to catch it! Flyovers happen quite often, but it frequency can vary month to month depending on the time of day. If it flies over during the day you won't be able to see it. Typically we have an opportunity to view it once a month, or perhaps a few times in one month just depending on the timing.