Here is 100 minutes of moon revolution with one frame every 10 minutes.
Saturn is, obviously, very overexposed. Easy to see: Tethys (lower right), Dione (left), Rhea (upper left), and Titan (very bright, upper right). A couple of frames provide a glimpse of Enceladus more or less attached to the lower right of the Saturn blob.
This was taken on October 18 UTC 3:28 to 5:08. C9.25", ASI1600mm.