Look Out for the ISS Toolbag
On Nov. 18, 2008, spacewalking astronaut Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper dropped her backpack-sized toolbag and it floated away from the International Space Station. The errant bag, about as big as a hiker's backpack, is now orbiting Earth. It is visible through binoculars and small telescopes.
Now I thought Astrounauts had one of the hardest trainings in the world, apparently they don't train their memory that much. Forgeting your in space, when you are, seems pretty hard to imagine.
Anyway, the site www.spaceweather.com allows you to track anything that is in space orbiting earth and that includes the toolbag now, therefore if your location permits you to see it go ahead and have fun.