Well, this image came out better than I had any hope for. I took this on Friday night through my 180 EDT using a STXL16200 camera. The weather was marginal, but there was finally a period of several minutes where the clouds dissipated enough to start taking sub frames as fast as I could. I focused the camera on the moon, and then used 0.005 second exposures and managed to get about 20 each of L, R, G, and B before the clouds finally obscured everything. I wasn't even going to try to stack the sub frames, but figured it was worth a try. The stack ended up being only 10 each of the R, G, and B sub-frames (the L images just don't seem to come to the same focus). I was really hoping that the moons of Jupiter would have made it into the final stack, but at least you can tell that Saturn has rings. I had to use the Max value screen stretch to get this level of detail. I am sure that someone with more processing skills than me could have gotten a better result.