We headed out of our office around 5 p.m., up to the roof of the building next door. The BCS Championship was just about to start a few miles south of the lab at the Rose Bowl and we thought we might be able to see the flyover. While we were waiting, we spotted a bright speck of light on the southwest sky. Was that the International Space Station? It was supposed to be visible for a few minutes around 5:25. But it stopped moving. So . . . was it Jupiter? We almost gave up when time ticked close to 5:30 and we saw only a few planes taking off from LAX and some helicopters hovering over the stadium. Jane called her husband who was watching TV. Courtney was about to leave, but Jane shouted out, “Josh Groban is singing!” The planes had to come at the end of the national anthem! About a minute later, these four jets flying in a close diamond cut through the air. (My iPhone photo turned out the best though Jane and Courtney also snapped pics with regular digital cameras.) Then we watched fireworks break over the Rose Bowl.