What Color Are Jupiter's Rings?

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Jupiter's rings are not formed by ice as Saturn's rings are. They formed of dust particles and small rock fragments. They are extremely dark and very difficult to see. Jupiter's rings were not discovered until 1980.
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it is probably redish orangish what about the 3rd ring what color is it??
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A black color indicates the wearer is tense, nervous and way overworked. Gray or brown indicates the wearer has nervous anxiety about a situation. She is feeling jittery and full
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