I may get an "Aw Sh-t" for putting this here, but here it is anyway.
This morning was a chilly one (16 F, -7 C) for Kentucky, but a little after 7:00 AM local I was treated to a great view of the International Space Station going almost directly overhead. On the NASA web site you can find out when it will be viewable at many cities around the world or for the more adventuresome and less computer challenged types you can calculate its arrival in your area from information at this site. Since it reflects light from the sun, you can normally only see it (if it is there) just before sunrise or just after sunset. This site will also give you information on the Space Shuttle (There is a launch scheduled on the 16th).
Go to http://spaceflight.nasa.gov
Over the last few years, I have seem the size and shape of the station change as they add more structure to it. At first it was a bright pin point, now, it is an elongated bright object. Enjoy.