Fastest Star in The Galaxy Is a Mysterious Squeezar

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about a discovery of the fastest star in the galaxy moving around the central black hole Sgr A*
Recent observation:
Older paper:

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  1. alimiel

    Interesting to think of large stars mixing hydrogen into their cores during these tidal squeezing events. Wonder if this would give large stars in more stable orbits around black holes a longer time span on the main sequence.

  2. Eddy Coronado


  3. Lj Demaris

    Noob- steinen. 🀟. You know that 2% doesn’t sound like much and it may not be. But it may be more than what we think. Because humans are only 2% smarter than a chimpanzee. Like I said maybe less than what we think maybe more.

  4. wtf

    hi Anton

    Can u give us more information about the incoming asteroid on 2020 election day???

  5. I’m already Sans Undertal

    I’m a jeezar

  6. Brick

    i can’t sleep now im worry now

  7. john david Collins

    I would like to buy your merch but your site doesn’t allow me

  8. Pascal

    Quazars, Blazars, Squeezars.. where does it end?

  9. MeTwoFirst

    I married a squeezer who rode horses that built up her muscles – but she ended up emptying the bank account.

  10. ecvent0r

    Anton, that smile you are trying to hold back at 9:14 … Have black hole orbital dynamics thrust you into a certain way of thinking? :)

  11. Sagittarius A *


  12. tony sales

    didnt ian dury make a song about these.

  13. Osmosis Jones

    Couldn’t a more advanced civilian send probes to drain any of those stars. Maybe if those stars start shrinking could be a technosigatur . Though we might not feel the affects of quazar for thousands maybe millions of years. But if anyone has warp or time bubbles that travel as FAR back in time as time is already moving forward. So taking years out of light years.

    But maybe civilians planets haven’t had enough time. To advance that much after all

  14. pixelpatter01

    Does the material in the star get completely mixed when it gets squeezed? This might give some large stars a new lease on life by mixing their highly metallic cores with fresh hydrogen from the upper layers. Now the problem will be to get some velocity from some of the other orbiting stars and escape.

  15. Blanik L-13

    In Australian army slang a Squeezer is a shifty person who avoids work at all costs.

  16. Jaime Duncan

    In any case it will be 1000s of years before we know the black hole became active. So either it already happened or we will not here by the moment he effects are manifested.

  17. EvanLovesWhiskey

    711… heh

  18. Gretas RAGE

    I wonder what Anton thinks about his comment section

  19. brian montgomery

    Why are black holes always represented as flat like the earth is?

  20. Soulos 3576

    If we ever are able to detect our galaxy starting to become a quasar it would have already happened thousands of years ago.

  21. Lrr_Of_Omikron

    So what is the shape of black holes? I’m guessing it’s more spherical than a hole?

  22. Maro GGG

    Amazing video πŸ‘Œ

  23. Bluebuthappy182

    mmmmmmmm May have some detrimental effects = we all die.

  24. 1Post Daily

    Does 2% faster time just the experience or also include the affects like faster rotation at a 2% faster pace….that doesn’t compound past 2%….or is it compound only within the vicinity of the area of the object that push it 2 % faster within time and within the affects of that being played out on the rotation or orbit…I may be making this more complicated than it need to be…

  25. arno kosterman


  26. Jeffrey

    You’re cute

  27. Thomas Chrombly

    Squeezar… Why did I immediately think of Uranus?

  28. magicsinglez

    You know Anton wants to see it. You know he wants to see evidence of a sun gobbled by the black hole.

  29. Time End

    I want to run some simulations of a star thats a magnatar between 2 black holes and what the effects are.

  30. Michael 23

    This star: Speed. I am speed.

    A squeezar sounds like a quasar that emits lemon juice and the black hole is a giant lemon

  31. Charles Soueidan

    Thank you anton

  32. eddiebrown192

    We are gonna get quasared … I just know it … we been lucky so far … it’s a filter …

  33. swaraj ks

    Hi anton im a wonderfool person

  34. JPlay

    when yo early but have nothin good to say

  35. friendly touch of a trill

    good informative video

    the star so2 is a blue super giant so it wasn’t more red shifted, the star went from blue to red during its approach to sag a

  36. FIRE STORM 3692

    How deadly are gravitational waves?

  37. Anthony Slaga

    The stars look like a group of fireflies. Just imagine the gravity waves they produce.

  38. Alex Tseng

    Back to astronomy awesome beyond awesomeness

  39. gabba gabba hey

    Wow that patron list keeps growing

  40. no one expected the spani

    You know what pisses me off? Earlier discoveries aren’t recalled with the new knowledge that we understand with older data… so who’s going to go over all these things again?

  41. manyirons

    How long will it take for S4711 to fall within the event horizon?

  42. Emmi Panda

    amazing video as always!

  43. Mike Mike

    Those stars have got to degrade, I really don’t think they recombine to their preinteractive state.

  44. Roberto Salas

    Hey anton, are there any known stars that have gone super nova and are again in the process of forming new stars/planets? Have we ever observed anything like that before?

  45. Cknmonster R

    Anton hello wonderful persons πŸ˜€ sqeezar squeeze it

  46. Jackisheretorock

    Love your videos keep up the work man top-quality YouTuber

  47. Stephen Thomas

    The energy released by Squeezars is strong enough to pull mussels from a shell.


    Anton! How are you able to put out such high quality videos so frequently?

  49. Daren Wilson

    AAAAACK!! You TOOK AWAY our SUN and put it over by Sagittarius A*!!! No wonder it’s dark outside now.

  50. Damondo DBN

    I’ve seen faster

  51. Z Stoner

    Coming Soon: The hunt for the fastest star that’s not in the galactic core.

  52. Blazed Gaming KR

    You doing alright, Anton? You sound different today.

  53. Justbase

    the intro music is getting softer and softer, or is it just me?

  54. David Linton

    Thats nice . i like that . i hope to see more . thank you wonderful person .

  55. Kate Ford

    Your the best β€οΈπŸŒπŸ‘€

  56. Alex Snow

    Please consider fades when switching from dark to light…some of us watch this at night in the dark before going to bed.

  57. Dionaea floridensis


  58. TM1337FalconPunch

    Fist of the Squeezar: You are already Dead

  59. morelenmir

    I doubt it would be active for long when the star fall in. More of a blip than a roar.

  60. Ricky Singleton

    Thank you for sharing this information.

  61. Chris Yunge

    So big bang says in weightless environ, everything is relative, no lost kids, fact

  62. Pierre Abbat

    Can we enter “-ar” into the dictionary as a suffix for forming astronomical objects? I think there are enough terms to prove its existence.

  63. Kris Grauel

    Amazing stuff. I would think it would take more than one star to ignite the quasar but I could be wrong.

  64. Pete Randall

    Wow! Amazing – as always.

  65. s d

    you really need to get on spotify and put these up as podcasts cuz i really need to listen to this constantly!

  66. danny obrian

    Do you believe in recurring small nova’s
    This would explain the mass extinction of 90% of all life

  67. MarkyD1967

    Fascinating as always. Thanks for your content!

  68. Lrr_Of_Omikron

    I mean that’s fast but, I’ve seen faster…

  69. Raghu Parandhaman

    We on earth hv learnt, at least more and more in the last 500 yrs, that we are part of a planetary system. Our earth & 7 other planets go around the sun, our star.

    Now this new scenario discovered about 50 yrs ago is mind bending! SgrA* is a system where stars go around a massive unseen (unseeable 😎 ) body.

    I kinda enjoy these! πŸ€—πŸ‘Œ

  70. Mark Sargent-Bennett

    Awesome , thanks for the update !

  71. Francisco Gardiol

    dying for a collab with Dr. Becky

  72. Mick Malkemus

    Experiment: take avg stellar masses and figure out how many stars it took to form the black hole center. We would have an estimate how long before all stars are absorbed.

  73. Acht Vier

    Hello wonderful person who is reading this comment :) <3

  74. Martyn Notman

    Mysterious Squeezer. Im pretty sure ive been stuck in a lift with one of those.

  75. Oldman099

    Love this channel. You do an excellent job of making things clear and understandable. Thank you

  76. Jrgs

    You’re my xanex Anton. Thank you. Cheers!

  77. Tim's Witan

    I know what will happen when Sagittarius A star becomes active…..we’ll have a hell of a light show!

  78. BrotherGrimmy

    Thank you so much for your content Anton! It is a great distraction from all the negativity in the world! Stay safe you wonderful person

  79. *

    You are so cool! I love that you are so positive! Especially on your intro ( hello wonderful person) I love it ! we need more people like you on this earth. Keep up the great work and I am positive that you will be where you want in the near future….

  80. Shy Lon

    If incarnation is real, I just want to be a star in my next life…

  81. aMulliganStew

    A star, moving at 6.7% of c, has (to put it mildly) a great deal of kinetic energy. Is it the most energetic mass-ful object observed so rar?

  82. William Nolan

    They pressure washed the scales of a fish.

    Btw, thanks for the video!

  83. MC's Creations

    Pretty interesting!
    (I tried to think about a joke, but the video was too fast for me. πŸ˜•)

  84. yessroman

    β€œExtremely fast”? Wow! that’s very fast.

  85. Robeight

    Thanks to Larry Niven I always worry about the core explosion.

  86. LoKey Wisdom

    Great job dude πŸ‘πŸ˜Ž I always look forward to watching your video’s. It’s inspiring, if I had some extra cash lately, I would definitely put in a Chunk of change for support!!! And snag a black wonderful persons hoodie! I rlly need to get one soon. I hope you are doing well other then on the tube lol :) stay safe :)

  87. friendly touch of a trill

    squeezar? πŸ˜‚ like wtf anton,what have you been smoking today? πŸ˜‚

  88. Ammaar Mufti

    I propose, and I am sure others will agree, that we rename these “squeezars” to “flat earthers”.

  89. buzz magister

    I’m imagining someone on a planet there saying “This is a report on the fastest moving galaxy we’ve just observed !” Well I guess it’s all relative .πŸ€”

  90. Neon

    Sqeezar? I barely know her!

  91. Paul the Audacious Bradfo

    Once again, Anton, you’ve had a great vid. So interesting and important.

  92. Mike Laffoon

    Very interesting, Anton. Loved the graphics at Sag. A Star.

  93. Rashid Khan

    Always look forward to daily videos from the wonderful person.

  94. rheticus

    Hello wonderful Anton. I get a Pavlovian response in my happy center when I hear your voice and the intro music.

  95. stu Art

    That 16 Yr observation was amazing. Imagine the radiation lvls in the area!!

  96. Jason Ross

    Can’t find the G object … ( every man on earth ! ) πŸ˜‚

  97. Relentless Resentment

    When a hug eventually becomes death’s embrace… energy vampires on a Grand Scale. Damn holes!

  98. black toe

    The things on those planets must be having a HELLUVA time!

  99. Waylon McCann

    What a tightly packed episode on a very dense matter. I hope other viewers feel the gravity of these observations, the weight of this scientific discovery could be immense. ;) Keep up the great work you wonderful person! πŸ˜β€πŸ‘

  100. Glazed N Confused

    Every night while I eat my dinner after a long day I can eat assured that Anton has put another video out for me to do dishes to. Thank you, you wonderful person

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