June Cleaver got it right.

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A little string of pearls is the perfect touch, even for a planet.

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Cassini Image Shows Saturn Draped in a String of Pearls

Does Saturn, ice cold martini in one hand, feather duster in the other, greet Jupiter at the door after he returns from a long day in orbit?

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