Something like every 17 minutes the International Space Station flies around the earth. You can plug your location into this webpage https://spotthestation.nasa.gov/home.cfm and look to the horizon and see it fly across the sky. You can also watch the live feed on you tube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86YLFOog4GM
I unfortunately where I live there are too many trees and I can’t really see the space station when I look for it, but I sometimes spend time watching the live feed. I sometimes try to recognize land and see where it flies over but usually I can’t. I sometimes watch electrical storms, the night turn to daylight and day turn to nighttime as the space station flies at about 17,000 miles per hour.
I made a small cyanotype book recently. Gold and blue pages, land and sea. I recognize some of the landforms as I look out the space station window, and see the rising tide. I see land being covered by water, on the coasts and along rivers. I keep looking as the world spins and the station zooms by.