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What if Earth would have Saturn's rings?

Sunrise at Washington D.C.
Photo: Ron Miller


Here at Click & Grow, we're a bunch of daydreamers. We often wonder "What if...?", and then try to turn those fantasies into reality. And we're super excited when we find people who do the same.

While surfing through, we found out about the daydreamer-doer Ron Miller, illustrator and author. He has done an amazing job trying to show us how would the sky look like if Earth would have Saturn's rings. The answer is - pretty damn cool. We don't know if it's the close-to-maximum scientific accuracy of the pictures (as accurate as sci-fi pictures can be) or our fantasy, but this really makes us believe that we'll see the exact same thing when looking out the window right now.


The rings over Guatemala would make the moon appear much brighter
Photo: Ron Miller
Midnight at the Tropic of Capricorn
Photo: Ron Miller
From Earth's Equator, the rings would "slice" the sky in two parts
Photo: Ron Miller
At the March and September equinoxes, the Sun would be positioned directly over the rings
Photo: Ron Miller
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