Did you miss Thursday night's flyover by the International Space Station? Not to worry. There will be an almost identical pass over Central Maryland this evening. The ISS will appear like a bright, moving star, climbing from the southwest horizon at 8:27 p.m. EDT. Watch as it passes about midway between Venus, low in the west, and reddish Mars high in the southwestern sky. By 8:30 it will be high in the northwest, flying off toward the northeast and disappearing there at 8:33 p.m.