Possibly the best images of Saturn to date as well.
Early Saturday morning, 7 imaging runs before it got too bright, from 06:23 to 06:31 EDT (10:23 to 10:31 UT)
20cm Meade LX200GPS f20 with x2 celestron barlow alt az mounted, zwo asi120mc camera, dew shield, dew heater.


Again, not enough time to show any rotation. The Cassini division shows up nicely.
Saturn was 17 arcseconds large, 40arcseconds with the rings. Azimuth was 182 degrees, just past due south and zenith and altitude was 24 degrees… very low!