MiYiSuo 128: Bulaotun Observatory, Miyun, Beijing, China
董欣儿 / Dong Xiner
Bulaotun Observatory in Miyun, Beijing
is located to the north of Yanshan Mountains,
and to the south of the vast Miyun Reservoir.
In this beautiful scenery featured in mountains and rivers,
the radio telescope array was built in the 1980s,
standing silently and transmitting the message of the universe for decades.
When the night falls, find a proper camera position,
wait for the Milky Way to rise, the star trails to appear,
and capture the cosmic mystery hidden in the overlapping light cones.
It's said that this is the place with the best "The Three Body Problem" feeling.
It is a paradise for science fiction lovers, and a sacred place for astrophotography fans.
The withered grass on both sides of the road was put together into large yellow tones,
which set off a row of large antenna structures more prominently.
The background was undulating mountains and a cloudless sky.
Choose a night when the air is so clear,
and let's appreciate the starry sky together at a slightly higher spot nearby!
National Astronomical Observatory, Bulaotun Town, Miyun District, Beijing, China.