These images were taken with a Canon D60 digital SLR through an 8" Mak-Newt using a 4X TeleVue Powermate. A stack
of 300 images at 1 second and IS0 100 were processed using
Images Plus software. The above shot is composited with a
10 second ISO 100 background, to capture the moons, and the panels  below are croppings from that image.
Tethys, consisting mainly of water ice, has a very low
density and is dominated by the 400 km diameter impact
crater Odysseus... almost 2/5 of this  moon's size.
With a surface dominated by ice, Enceladus
has a very high albedo (level of reflectivity),
the highest of any object in the solar system.
Almost as dense as Titan, Dione is composed
mainly of water ice, though thought to contain
a considerable amount of denser material.
The second largest of the Saturn
moons, Rhea is very similar in
composition and albedo to Dione.
The largest of Saturn's moons, Titan is
shrouded with a  thick  atmosphere of
nitrogen, argon, and methane along
with trace amounts of more than a
dozen other organic compounds.
Saturn's third largest moon has strikingly different albedo
levels between the leading and trailing hemispheres.
My earlier Saturn shots were taken with a Nikon CoolPix 995 digital camera, and may  be seen on the preceeding page.
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