Video: What Earth Would Look Like With Saturn's Rings
Artist Roy Prol created this video of what our sky would look like if Earth had rings like Saturn's. The rings of Saturn consist of small, dense particles that orbit the planet in large clumps. Because Saturn's rings are composed of icy clumps, dust particles and other space matter, the rings vary in size and shape from different areas. There's also a lot of empty space between rings, which is what makes the sky look so different from various locations. People who live near the equator would see thin bands, but people who live far away would see thick rings in their sky.
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