Juno Circle took a trip to Gharo for stargazing on the 21st of October. The trip was organized by KAS. After sunset, the students sprawled on the ground where they could spot the Milky Way, Saturn and the Andromeda Galaxy. There was a sky tour where students learnt how to star hop and find their way about the night sky. Many of them were in awe and tried their level best to capture the amazing view through their smartphones and DSLRs, but even the pictures didn’t do the sky justice! Towards the middle of the night, the spectacular Orinoid meteor showers lit up the sky and the seven sisters looked down upon all Cedar students and faculty members as they sat and discussed the birth of the universe. As the sun rose, everyone sat down to spot Venus and Mars while listening to old folk songs underneath the vastness of the sky. All in all, it was a great experience and definitely something that other Cedar students should consider as well!