The ISS ( International Space Station ) orbits the earth approx every 1 1/2 hours.
You can see it tonight from the U.K.
Look straight up into the sky at about 10 minutes to midnight and if all is ok, you should be able to see the Space Station travel across most of the sky.
It will be travelling roughly from West to East I.E. from roughly where the sun sets towards where the sun rises.
It should be visible for about 6 minutes.
Other good times to see it are shown.
Nearly 90 in the "Max Altitude" colum is good and the higher the negative number in the "Mag" column is good. I.E. - 2.5 is better than -1.3
Hope this is of interest to some people.