About a month ago I was looking at Saturn with my
Stellarvue 102 APO with the OK-4 LOMO configured LZOS glass doublet. I swear I could see subtle pastel colored bands on the planet itself during a night of exceptional skies. Ordinarily I just get the normal pretty much white on black background. I began to question myself now and wondered if my memory is playing tricks on me. I read various astronomy magazines with some high quality Hubble photos and wonder if my brain has somehow interpolated the pictures as substituted memories.
Has anyone seen this before or am I perhaps misremembering my memory of the view. I was observing alone that night so no confirmation possible.
Thanks for any who respond.