This video shows the view of the Earth from the International Space Station (ISS).
The ISS orbits at about 400 km above the Earth’s surface, making it a gigantic LEO satellite. Falling at 7.66 km/s, it views the sunrise/sunset every 90 minutes or so.
The ISS orbits at an inclination of 51.6°. This means the ISS does not pass over regions which lie above 51.6° N and 51.6 S° latittudes.
(source: NASA tumblr)
(The altitude is greatly exaggerated in the above animation)
Because the earth rotates “underneath” the ISS, the ISS advances in longitude after each orbit. This allows the ISS to pass over different regions of the earth during each orbit.