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Neat video - it has the feel of a home movie for a most unusual home. However, there's something extra special about seeing the space station in person. It's easy, no special equipment required. To find out where to look, simply go to: www.heavens-above.com. You can see a sky map that will show exactly where and when to look.For San Franciso, some very bright passes will be occuring in the first week of February in the early evening hours between 6 and 7pm:http://www.heavens-above.com/PassSummary.aspx?satid=25544&lat=37.775&lng=-122.418&loc=San+Francisco&alt=60&tz=PST After the next shuttle mission, the ISS will get even brighter due to the addition of the fourth and last set of solar arrays.With a small telescope, you can even see the structure:http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap090116.html -abe.