Space Shuttle Discovery is on its way to the International Space Station (which, by the way, tops this Wikipedia list of the world's most expensive single objects). If your skies are clear over the next day or so, you might be able to look up and see the shuttle approach the ISS. To figure out when and where to look, try this site.
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Space Shuttle Discovery viewed from the rocket garden at the Kennedy Space Center visitor complex, lifts off on its last mission from Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA, 24 February 2011. The six astronauts will fly on the last flight of Shuttle Discovery in the space program to the International Space Station.