On April 13, 2009, on and off between 01:30 and 01:50 PDT there were enough cracks in the clouds and thankfully no rain in between, to allow some views of the shadow transit of Titan on Saturn. At 01:50 PDT (UT 08:50) I was granted a long enough clear spell to do this sketch. It's a newtonian view so south is up. This was seen using an f/8 6 inch dobsonian at 240X magnification. The seeing was mediocre.
All dots in the sketch are satellites of Saturn. From left to right they are Dione, Titan, Tethys, Enceladus and Rhea.
It's pencil on white paper but I inverted the background after I scanned it. I havenâ€™t done much planetary sketching in awhile, so my lassoing skills are rusty. Pleased enough with it though as is.