Check-out sky charts of Comet Lulin and its position with respect to the planets and the constellations at LunarPlanner.com’s website “Comet Lulin (C/2007 N3) Approaches Earth.”
For additional information on the chance encounter between Comet Lulin and the quadruple-transiting moons of Saturn (at least from our perspective here on Earth) read the iTWire article "Four times the fun: See quadruple transit of Saturn's moons"
The NinePlanets.org website (or is it eight planets?) provides additional information on the planet Saturn, along with its moons Titan, Mimas, Dione, and Enceladus--the ones transiting its mother planet on February 24, 2009.
More information on Saturn is found at: http://www.nineplanets.org/saturn.html.
In all, Saturn has 34 named moons (natural satellites) orbiting about it, but another 26 or so have been discovered but not yet named.
Titan is the largest of the moons (even larger than the planet Mercury), and it is the Solar System's second largest moon, next to Jupiter's Gamymede.
The planet also has a very distinctive system of rings, which consist of ice, dust, and other debris particles. For more information, see The Planetary Society's website "The Alphabet Soup of Saturn's Rings."