It would have been an orgasmic sight from the surface of the Earth.
Most Helpful Girl
Apparently there's a theory about the rings of Saturn to have once been part of a moon and as it came too close it was ripped apart by tidal forces. So if you believe that theory you could argue that our moon is too far away for such a ring to develop.
But you know those rings consist of asteroids so we all should be rather happy they don't orbit around Earth with several of them crashing into our planet every day.. it doesn't bother Saturn because it's Gas planet but I don't think life on Earth could exist much longer with a ring like that. The rings of Jupiter are not visible by the way0
Most Helpful Guy
Its not well written but its something.0