If Earth had a ring like Saturn’s
These illustrations show a ring that is in the same proportion to our planet as Saturn’s are to it. They show the different views people on the ground would see depending on where they live.
From the equator, the rings would pass directly overhead and show up as a thin, bright line in the sky, “arching from horizon to horizon.”
From Guatemala, the rings become much more visible in the sky. The moon may be brighter in the sky due to additional light being reflected onto it from the Earth.
In Polynesia, the Earth would cast a shadow on the ring, causing a dark gap in the middle.
From Washington, DC, the rings would “dominate” the sky both during the day and at night.
At the Arctic Circle, you’d only be able to see the very edges of the rings.