The International Space Station (ISS) can easily be seen gliding overhead—if you know where and when to look. SkyNews editor Terence Dickinson took this photo of the ISS as it cruised above his house in eastern Ontario.
The ISS appears as a bright starlike object as it crosses the sky. If you are able to view the fast-moving ISS through a telescope, you may be able to discern some shape.
Heavens-above.com is a satellite-prediction website that lists when visible passes of the ISS and other satellites can be seen from your location.
Photo by Terence Dickinson | Konica Centuria 800, 24mm, f2.