The jewel of the solar system, Saturn, is going naked from our viewpoint for a while. If you have a telescope, watch the ring plane disappear and reappear over the next few months. The actual disappearance will be in September, but will be unobservable. Saturn will be on the opposite side of the sun from us.
Saturn has a tilt of approximately 26.7 degrees, the Earth has a 23.5 degree tilt. That means every so often our viewpoint crosses the ring plane and the rings disappear. The rings are incredibly thin, a few yards at most, yet the full diameter of the rings is over 124,000 miles. That ratio means that the rings would be far sharper than a razor in relation to its diameter. Here’s a classic view of Saturn’s rings from www.spacetelescope.org.
But this how Saturn looks now. Seems almost naked without the rings.