As with Jupiter, I think my Saturn turned out a bit better this time. There was kind of a weird glow coming off of the top of it, not sure what that was, but I do like the detail much more with unsharp mask over wavelet sharpening.
This is a one-to-one crop of the data, and Saturn is about 190 pixels in size, excluding the rings. Saturn’s apparent diameter that night, without rings, was 18.49 arcseconds. It would’ve appeared 104 times smaller than the moon. It was about 835,000,000 miles away from us.