The is the first imaging run of the season for Saturn, which is still low on the SE horizon over the Kingston lightdome from our location.
These were done on Saturday morning with Saturn only 20 degrees off the horizon. Saturn with rings is about 37 arcseconds large, a little smaller than Jupiters 41 arcseconds.
Seeing was poor, transparency was poor. No Cassini division can be seen and no real surface details either. I imaged into twilight and you can see the dark background slowly light up into a blue background. attempting to colour balance after this point resulted in a very offcolour green Saturn.
It can only get better as Saturn continues to rise earlier in the morning.
The first image was the best and the best 50% of 620 odd frames.