So, tonight’s the night to get out there while there is a clear night. We’ll have the crescent Moon, brilliant Venus, and way down to the lower right of Venus, speedy Mercury is starting its ascent into the evening sky.
The ISS will be passing low in the northern sky just before 7pm (see chart at end of this post).
Here’s a chart from Heavens-above.com – it’s ok for this evening for the northeastern and mid-atlantic states, and for most places for this time of night. You can make your own from their site, as well.
Thursday morning is forecast to be clear as well. Look for unremarkable Mars near anti-Mars (Antares in Scorpius) if it’s still dark, and Jupiter and Saturn scraping the southeastern horizon to Mars’ lower left as you get nearer to sunrise.