About twenty satellites are orbiting around Saturn. The seven largest satellites are visible through a 8" telescope : Enceladus, Tethys, Dione, Rhea, Titan, Hyperion and Japetus. Except for Titan, magnitude of these satellites is much lower than Saturn's one. For this reason, It is impossible to capture Saturn satellites without saturating Saturn disc and rings.
Below is a picture captured on 01/01/2003 with a CASIO QV4000 digital camera placed behind a SP 40mm mounted on a MEADE LX10 8" telescope equipped with a 2X Barlow lens. Exposure time is 60 seconds with manual guiding.
Below is a picture captured on 01/02/2003 with a CASIO QV4000 digital camera placed behind a SP 40mm mounted on a MEADE LX10 8" telescope. Exposure time is 15 seconds with manual guiding.
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