With the seeing at it’s best Enceladus, then Mimas, jumped into view (no need hiding Saturn!) demonstrating the importance of steadiness as well as good transparency for getting fainter moons in the planet’s glare. Enceladus still well held when the apodizer was attached – Mimas very doubtfully!
The original pencil drawing is on ALPO-Japan:
Titan: Some recent colour impressions.
STF 1837: I try to take note of any fairly tight doubles near any planet I am observing as an extra focus-check. So I was interested to note that STF 1837, near Saturn, was threaded on the Double Star Forum. This caused me to give it more attention as to the colour of star B. It had already struck me that it looked whiter than the Yellow-white star A (F4III); so here represented are my impressions on recent nights. The best view gave a fair indication of pale bluish in B – suggesting that it might conceivably be an A-type star; but can’t find any info on this.