I took these images a few nights ago with a Meade 10 inch LX200 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope and a ZWO 120 MC-S camera. AVI movie files were captured with 3000 frames and stacked in RegiStax6 and processed in PS CS4.
In the second image below you can see four of Saturn’s largest moons, Titan is the farthest away with Tethys, Rhea & Dione closer to the planet. This second image is a composite, as I had to overexpose Saturn to capture the faint moons. A wide-angle lens was attached to the ZWO camera to give a wider field of view to capture all the moons on show.