December 23, 2000. 2300 CET. QuickCam VC on Meade ETX-90.
January 19, 2001. 2300 CET. Stack of 300 images. QuickCam VC on Meade ETX-90.
February 10, 2001. 1930 CET. Stack of 55 images. QuickCam
VC on Meade ETX-90.
Left: February 24, 2001. 2255 CET. Composite of a stack of 100 images (Saturn) and a stack of 50 images (moons). The overexposed Saturn on the image of the moon was replaced with the correctly exposed image. Visible are: Dione, Rhea, Titan and star 1238 25 from the Hubble Guide Star Catalog. Tethys should be visible close to the rings to the right of the planet, but was probably not visible
because of the overexposed Saturn in the image of the moons. QuickCam
VC on Vixen NP R-114S.
March 2, 2001. 1940 CET. Stack of 300 images. QuickCam
VC on Skywatcher 8" Newton.
March 14, 2001. 1945 CET. Stack of 1000 images. QuickCam
VC with red filter 25A on Meade ETX-90.