Headed to the terrace today to dump some soil in a big tub for my grandma's terrace garden. It was dusk, stayed there for about an hour stargazing. Got to see Venus and The Big Dipper, both for the very first time!
The Big Dipper appeared to be upside down though and after some googling found out the reason:
"The Big Dipper sometimes appears upside down because of Earth's rotation. The Big Dipper is located near the North Star (Polaris) in the night sky which is near the point in the northern sky around which all of the other stars appear to rotate as Earth spins. As Earth rotates, the Big Dipper appears to circle around the sky near the North Star, causing it to appear at different angles to us on the ground."