I got inspired to try to image Saturn and some of its dimmer moons, and with our moon at the start of its cycle and Phoebe now close to Saturn, I thought I'd have a crack. As it turned out, capturing the moons wasn't that difficult, the real time waster was confirming their locations. SkySafari and Stellarium show Phoebe in the wrong position, WinJupos doesn't show it at all, and eventually I remembered about the NASA Planet Viewer website which James7ca put me onto some time ago, giving accurate locations of the moons of the outer planets.
I took two images, one using my normal settings (C9.25" SCT, 2.5x TV PowerMate on my Evo mount at 100 fps), the other at 1 fps but replacing the PowerMate with my Meade f/6.3 focal reducer to increase the FOV and let more light in. The first image was for Saturn and the close moons, the second was for Iapetus, Hyperion and Phoebe.
After stacking, stretching and aligning the two images I ended up with these. The first is just the planet which came out OK, the second is the cleaned up planet + moons image.
Also here are some stretched frames with the PDS data superimposed on it to show the moon locations. What started out as a bit of fun turned into a real slog, I don't think I need to do this again .
Edited by Tulloch, 20 October 2020 - 09:43 PM.