何度だって 息を吹き込む
目指すのは 自分史上最高 輝くメロディ
もっと もっと 遠くへ

—— TRUE 「サウンドスケープ」

Diving into Astronomy.


Master Department of Astronomy, University of Tokyo
(Supervisor: Noriyuki Matsunaga, Takashi Onaka)
2016 - present
B.S. Department of Astronomy, Beijing Normal Univsersity
(Supervisor: Biwei Jiang)
2012 - 2016

Refereed Publication

Jian, M.; Gao, S.; Zhao, H.; & Jiang, B. W.; Revision of Stellar Intrinsic Colors in the Infrared by Spectroscopic Surveys. The Astronomical Journal 153, 5 (2017) . Sun, Mingxu; Jiang, B. W.; Zhao, He; Gao, Jian; Gao, Shuang; Jian, Mingjie; Yuan, Haibo The Ultraviolet Extinction in the GALEXGALEX Bands. Accepted by The Astrophysical Journal (2018) .



  • Proposal 0100.D-0852 on New Technology Telescope, European Southern Observatory
  • 1-5, December, 2017
    PI: Noriyuki Matsunaga; CoI: Mingjie Jian, Fukue Kei, Daisuke Taniguchi, Scarlet Saez Elgueta, ...

Github project

Python3 wrapper for MOOG 2017 Feb version (under construction)
Personal page (this website)

Astronomical Outreach

Teacher of Astronomical club on Affiliated Middle School of Beijing Jiaotong University (2015.9 - 2016.9)

There is a doctrine well known to philosophers that the moon ceases to exist when no one is looking at it. I will not discuss the doctrine since I have not the least idea what is the meaning of the word existence when used in this connection. At any rate the science of astronomy has not been based on this spasmodic kind of moon. In the scientific world (which has to fulfill functions less vague than merely existing) there is a moon which appeared on the scene before the astronomer; it reflects sunlight when no one sees it; it has mass when no one is measuring the mass; it is distant 240,000 miles from the earth when no one is surveying the distance; and it will eclipse the sun in 1999 even if the human race has succeeded in killing itself off before that date.

--  Eddington, The Nature of the Physical World, 226