I just had to share this with you. Here is a live feed of the International Space Station’s Earth Viewing Experiment. The Station orbits the planet at over 17,000 mph—or 5 miles per second!—and experiences a sunrise every 92 minutes. If you see grey, it means the cameras are toggling; and if you see black, then the Station is on the night side of the Earth. Use the ISS Tracker to determine the Station’s location and how long before it might return to the day side, which is always less than 46 minutes.