Yes, thank you for that Silylene. I read somewhere that they speculate that the Earth did have a thin ring shortly after its formation, but because it was within the Roche limit, it didn't last long and the Earth scooped up the particles constituting the ring.
Perhaps in the distant future, Earth will have at least a thin ring again. It will be built by us as habitat. Although it could be deemed eyesore pollution by many. But if it was engineered a certain way, where the generated lights in the habitat could be blocked from reaching Earth, it could be a beautiful man-made sight, like an aesthetically pleasing bridge.
I tried to find a graphic depicting the Earth's geostationary satellite ring, but failed. I did, however, find this unrelated but extremely cool image of the Earth's diamond ring. Kaguya watched the Earth eclipse the Sun, and caught the diamond ring effect which we more commonly associated with solar eclipses viewed from Earth. Earth's diamond ring
Beautiful video! It reminded my of the opening scenes of the 1953 George Pal movie War of the Worlds, where they used Chesley Bonestell paintings to depict each of the planets in the solar system. The one of Saturn was from the perspective of someone on it's "surface" looking up at the rings through drifting clouds......Chesley was spot-on!