We'll start with Washington, D.C. and work south.
Rings over Washington D.C.
From Washington, D.C., the rings only fill a portion of the sky, but appear striking nonetheless. Here, we see them at sunrise.
Rings from Guatemala
From Guatemala, only 14 degrees above the equator, the rings begin to stretch across the horizon. Their reflected light makes the moon much brighter.
Saturn's rings from Earth's equator
From Earth's equator, Saturn's rings are visible edge-on, appearing as a thin, bright line bisecting the sky.
Equinox at the equator
At the March and September equinoxes, the Sun is positioned directly over the rings, casting a dramatic shadow at the equator.
Tropic of Capricorn, midnight
At midnight at the Tropic of Capricorn, which sits at 23 degrees south latitude, the Earth casts a shadow over the middle of the rings, while the outer portions remain lit.
Gallery assembled by Jason Davis for the Planetary Society.