It'* amazing how big that thing is. I remember when they sent the first two parts up. I watched every step. I remember watching it fly over head all the time. I even got to watch the ISS and the shuttle fly over together as they closed in on each other.
For anyone interested, this site will tell you when the ISS, as well as other satellites will pass over head, where to look, what time, and how bright. http://www.heavens-above.com/?lat=43...eboygan&TZ=CST This is set up for me, so you will need to input your location for it to work for you.