The GEOS-16 satellite is located in a geostationary orbit at an altitude of almost 36,000 km over a point in southern Colombia, just west of the tri-border region of Colombia, Ecuador and Brazil. GEOS-16 became operational in December 2017.
cred. NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) nasa.gov, NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) noaa.gov and
Geostationary orbit means that the satellite needs exactly 1 day for a circumnavigation of the Earth, so it seems to be standing always above the same point on Earth, and its photos have logically always (day and night) exactly the same motive: in this case, the Western Hemisphere Earth, that part of the earth with North America in the north and South America in the south.