Neptune's rings are more similar to Jupiter's rings than Uranus' or Saturn's rings in the fact that they are dark, clumpy and few. This is why we were unable to discover them until Voyager 2 flew by in 1989.
|#||Name||Distance (x1000km)||Width (km)|
|1||Galle (N42)||40.9 - 42.9||2,000|
|2||Le Verrier (N53)||53.2||110|
|3||Lassell||53.2 - 57||4,000|
|5||Adams (N63)||62.9||15 - 35|
The Adams ring is special since it is divided up into small sections called arcs. Scientists are not completely sure how the arcs hold themselves together, but it is unique among all the ring systems.