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a meteor would hit earth every five seconds

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Generally speaking, the earth has not had rings like Saturn. However, at one point, when the earth was forming (proto earth), it was thought to have collided with another planet the size of Mars. This collision is thought to have created the earth's moon. In the time after the collision, and until the moon formed, the debris around the earth would have looked like rings if observed from other planets.


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Saturn is big and earth is very smaller than Saturn. Even Saturn has rings and earth dose not have rings.


Because it was not made like that.


Earth's oceans would lose their tides and the debris would form rings around the Earth, just like the outer planets have.


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No. Unless you count all the satellites and space junk that is circling the earth.


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