Gaia Telescope Discovers 5 Incredible Things About Milky Way Galaxy

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about the incredible discoveries that GAIA telescope was able to achieve in the last few years.
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  1. Jim Lahey

    Great info. And summarized very well!

  2. Christopher28fair

    Yeah I think I’m tuning in now half just to hear myself called a wonderful person.

  3. Carlerheim

    Thank you Anton, love your videos.

  4. Gerrie

    this is insanely exciting news

  5. John Richardson

    Anton Petrov please can you find more four arm galaxies / galactic bodies???

  6. Nonderyon

    So…. possible for high velocity black hole out there too?

  7. Samwell Cirilo

    Hi antov, i wanted know the answer how do we know how galaxy spins, does it always spin clockwise or counter clockwise?does it even matter in space? Theres so much to know. Thanks for the vid

  8. The Masked Hobo

    I’ve never been this early to an Anton video… what do I say… Thank you for another informative video wonderful person!

  9. TheMSS1977

    I can’t help but repeat your intro in the same voice (or nearly) as you. Not in a negative sense, in no way do I mean this to be criticism of you, and I’m sure others catch themselves doing it too. Keep them coming Anton!

  10. Jim Gagne

    those red spots is known to us as Space Jumpers

  11. Yorik

    Hi Anton. Why are external stars rotating slowly in these simulation ? Aren’ t they rotating at the same speed that the stars at the center of the galaxy, given that black matter is supposed to stabilize everything as if it was one big object? Thanks for your video.

  12. Once-over

    Thanks for daily uploading anton! don’t get burned out though

  13. Steven Billard

    Yeah… its teeming with life, we know

  14. Christopher Maddish

    Love it when Antonio breaks the Space news before the main press

  15. Toruko-ishi Bravo2Zulu

    Thanks for the discussion of what light brings us from afar.
    I explore where the sun never shines though I know particles
    are flying through my planet at about every moment. What
    I can’t see when amid a abyss is less frightening to me than
    an expectation that is too easily realized. Have a care what
    has access to your eye.

  16. Dregoth

    Just mind boggling……

  17. RogueShadow2 44

    хорошо, что у тебя есть дом ест уже. Really love your videos

  18. primoroy

    Almost as much information about our galaxy as Hubble has provided from outside our galaxy! 😳

  19. Za cory

    Thank you Wonderful Person, You are appreciated :) Sandbox2 is currently unavailable…. is there another link?

  20. phily 3000

    I wish they bring back that TV series the sliders I love it

  21. Jessie Raines

    Good to see you got in your new place ✌️😎 stay wonderful

  22. Peter D_law

    Thank you Anton I really enjoy your videos god bless you

  23. Matthew Murphy

    Anton, I’m a long-time subscriber but a rare (if ever) commenter. I love the content, and rarely miss an episode. I’m thrilled for you that you’ve got your rnew home! There’s just one catch…there’s a pretty bassy echo in your room. I know sound-dampening can be a bit expensive, but have you considered using egg cartons as a temporary solution? A little damping would go a long way.

    In any case, keep up the great content and thanks a lot for all you do on this platform!

  24. R Macdougall alias Dogvit

    Audio seems off, just me? Great content as always tho. Cheers!

  25. bbbl67

    I hope the successor to the Gaia telescope does an all-sky survey of the entire Local Group of galaxies!

  26. Joe B

    Would like a whole video on hypersonic stars

  27. Jussainwuturthinkn

    Last time I came this fast I had a kid.

  28. Hans Harpy

    Thank you Anton, I listen to relax and remember there are massive works beyond us. It is reassuring and humbling…

  29. Dan Nesca

    Thank you for the videos that allow for an escape from daily stress! means the world to more people than you know <3

  30. L16htW4rr10r

    Dang, more close up to your face! Hell yeah!

  31. Ravi Pratap Yadav

    Oh Anton! My day starts with you. Keep it up.

  32. Charlie Duke

    I am the 34,400th viewer. Not bad for only being unloaded 6 hours Anton! I love your content and the quality of the material you put out. Thank you!

  33. gertbeefrobe

    Discoveries like this makes me hope reincarnation is real.

  34. HelicalWave

    Galaxies are delicious.

  35. Aaron Robinson

    It’s terrifying to think if our solar system were suddenly launched out of the milky way. Yet, it probably wouldn’t actually affect us other than making the sky look different.

  36. BrexonX

    How can you not like this guy, huh?

  37. Dr. Otto

    … looks like plasma, moves like plasma, even sounds like plasma … we have no explanation yet. 😆😉

  38. L0rd_of_Hollows

    sure takes a lot of spin to make life

  39. Robert Hofmann

    I only caught three of the five. I started thinking about one and got lost in thought and missed the next one. I have to watch it again.

  40. Jim Myers

    I recommend the “SeeThePattern” channel for more on this, Anton. There are theories to account for much of this.

  41. Starfleet HQ Noob-TubeR

    HELLO WONDERFUL PERSONS we all know why we’re here

  42. Joshua Wells

    How cool would it be to one day see our galaxy from the outside? With the knowledge and understanding of how immense and also miniscule it is in the grand scheme of things. It would be an amazing and humbling experience.

  43. Quartinium

    I absolutely love this channel. You’ve single-handedly expanded my understanding of so much of the universe. THANK YOU!

  44. Big Sister Reflections

    Splendid man! Thank you so much for your enthusiasm Anton!

  45. sc0or

    Just imagine such inter-galactic star scientists who just realized a structure of Universe and their place in it. No even theoretical way to spread to other stars on a ship of generations!

  46. Kc Flick

    We live inside a target for some type of an epic star shotgun. Cool

  47. Sam Wilson

    I’ve watched your channel for probably around a year now and I really love your videos. They’re extremely interesting, your knowledge of space is vast, and you can explain it in a way that I can understand. Watching your videos has really reignited that spark of interest and intrigue that I’ve always had for space, and for that I thank you my friend

  48. ✪Hidden

    I love how wholesome your comment sections always are

  49. jacktherater

    EDSA being used to explain the universe. Noice.

  50. John Till

    This guy deserves more followers… great work. Humble but excellent

  51. Kevin Clymer

    Anton how can a person contact NASA

  52. F James

    Too many stars, don’t you think 😅🐵🙈🦧🐒🙃

  53. Peter Rabbit

    Heelo, unhomeless Anton:) I hopesies you are fealing whell.

    did i have a stroke? no…just too much 5-Minute Crafts…

  54. PS2

    Wouldn’t it be nice if we would broadcast pictures of different galaxy’s to that galaxy’s (should be possible with a gigawatt laser), so that in a few million or billion years possible intelligent life in that galaxy’s would have nice “baby” pictures of their own galaxy from an outside view? And how awesome it would be, if some intelligent species had done this for us! 😃🥰

  55. End User

    The Museum of natural history has some mind-blowing videos about this subject on their channel as well.

  56. JD Willemsen

    I don’t surf, but I still ride the wave.

  57. David Burgin

    I am having a hard time with an “extra galactic capture mechanism”. It would be easier if they were all on elliptical return orbits from events that pushed them out eons ago and has not occurred since.

  58. Philipp Void

    now im gonna listen to Wandering star from Portishead

  59. Robert Thrailkill

    Very interesting and well narrated presentation. Been watching for 2 years. Thanks !

  60. Phantom Apprentice

    stars are spawned as the super computer hub that runs the universe undergoes expansions

  61. MrBeezweez

    So the Milky way galaxy might not even be the galaxy the sun originated from.

  62. ACxSorath

    Anton looks a lot more healthy in HD!!!

  63. Xalvandor's Nest

    Anton, what do I do when, through the inevitable entropy of us all, we no longer have you as our wonderful person?

    Glad you found a way to keep going through your bizzare times as of late, I love the great new setup.

  64. Fran Tabor

    We need many telescopes on the moon—manned by a crew ready to service and reprogram at a moment’s notice.

  65. Super Loops

    gaia is my favourite spaceship when I first heard about it and that it was just going to map stars super accurately I thought hmm ok well thats cool I guess but also sounds kindve boring but ppl keep doing the most amazing science from gaia data

  66. JS_Madness

    It’s pretty wonderful to see such a loving community exist around a chanel based on a single anton reporting on space/science news

  67. Louis Lorenzi-Prince

    Bring back your “What-Da-Math” opening sequence…

  68. jerry winsler

    Actually every galaxy reminds me of a toilet flushing but in slow mo because of our perspective. We’re all being flushed down to singularity toilet….

  69. Looper Birhinger

    6th incredible thing is the wonderful Anton… living on planet Earth around the peaceful Milky Way galaxy.

  70. Neil Davidson

    Always wondered how we guessed how many arms the Milky Way had since we can’t see it from a distance!

  71. kiddo280

    If we’re “riding” the wave 🌊.. does that mean we have a higher probability of colliding with something fast and unexpected? ☄️ 💫 🕳

  72. Esra Erimez

    Hello Anton, this is Wonderful Person.

  73. GroovyVideo2

    don’t really hear about this telescope

  74. L1b3rG

    The Milky Way and Anton are mapped in HD now. Coincidence? I don’t think so.

  75. ytbabbler

    My head feels like it will explode when I get the feeling that stars fly around us like crazy but at he same time know the scale of it so all dots are are the same place for the rest of my life.

  76. ArchEnema 67

    I had $500 bucks riding on that telescope discovering 7 incredible things about the Milky Way.
    Those damn lazy astronomers ruined my kids’ Christmas.

  77. LesActive

    Who’s disliking these videos? I want names… outrageous!

  78. Lewis Cromwell

    If it’s unexplainable…it’s Aliens. Let’s just all agree to make that the rule.

  79. Saroop Trivedi

    Milky Way arms and whole image looks like Swastik. Holi symbol of Hindus…

  80. Glen Russum

    “…1.6 billion stars.” In this galaxy. Yes Virginia, there is an extraterrestrial Santa Claus

  81. Pat Hurley

    We crossed with a ginormous wave of stellar gases only 7 million years before our first human ancestors took their first steps from our current understanding……..pretty cool

  82. Jim Adams

    What the photon? Here’s hoping we can have an accurate 3D model for my Elite Dangerous games.
    An impressive telescope indeed. (Hope the new place is going well, you wonderful person, you).

  83. Dave Scruton

    Think of a cored apple. Solar systems spiral around a magnetic field going at a 33.333° angle up the outside then down the inside and proceeding though the center and back out, all the while traveling at millions of miles an hour. This makes it look like some are opposite but they are just upside down traveling on the other side.

  84. GatSpeed

    Was pretty good until the part where I had an existential crisis wondering if our solar system is intergalactic

  85. Styles Extraordinaire

    The “Studio Upgrades” are great. Your camera and lighting with the HD… marvelous. Very Interesting topic as always.

  86. expired tofu

    nippon astronomers worked out a theory that is entirely based on measurements and observations that revealed a possibility the milky way has had once died already or was very close to it but the milky then merged with gaia sausage (a galaxy and not an actual sausage) and it got step by step brung back to normal galaxy-ing once again due to the fact the milky obtained new energy out from the merger or mergers
    so it might be, the milky way is not a galactic cannibal only but a zombie as well – spooky

  87. David Smith

    Maybe its the great energy barrier encountered by the Enterprise in Star Trek.

  88. Matthew Koller

    Question: If we have pretty decent evidence that the Milky Way has “cannibalized” other galaxies already, and that is because we can see some stars moving opposite of the rotation, did our solar system originate in one of those that were “cannibalized”? Recently; if not the most recent, how many back?

  89. Krist Martin

    Wave: There is a perfectly simple explanation for both the wave and the spiral arm, gravitational waves. The center of our galaxy is a supermassive black hole. Each time our galaxy sucks up another galaxy through a collision new matter is directly introduced to the black hole causing a massive gravitational wave. The spiral arms and the wave depicted at 00:10:50 is the result of such action and is likely a propagating (that is stacked) gravitational wave.

  90. Mr L0wK3y

    I think the 14 people who disliked the video are probably the REAL amount of people who believe in the flat earth. We ALL know that the rest are there for making money off the idiots and the biggest percentage comes from people doing what I call, “going to the zoo.” Meaning, the rest are there to look at the funny monkeys. Haha!

  91. JorgenThormohlen

    I look forward almost every night to listen to Anton. I learn so much.

  92. william greene

    “Surfing the Red Wave” with that image. New T-Shirt?

  93. kontrolujte0autobus

    I still don’t get it how you can get the knowledge about lots of different things and make a video about it every day 😯 u r the best dude

  94. Stephen Smith

    The fact that we can deduce all of this from a tiny light-catcher zooming around our tiny planet is just incredible.

  95. CyberiusT

    Four minutes, and there are already 10 comments ahead of me. Ever get the feeling you might be popular, Anton? ;)

  96. Zo Fryer

    I love you Anton. You just keep telling us about our Universe.

  97. Half-a-Gram Stan

    Anton is the only person in my life that tells me that I’m wonderful. Thank you Anton. You’re pretty amazing too.

  98. Jimbeaux

    We might have gotten captured here. “This is not our home!”
    Now I know why sometimes I look at the Milky Way and I feel out of place.

  99. Raiden Jeskar

    So enjoying and Interesting. Never change Anton. Never

  100. Денис Техов

    Oh, that’s a wonderful person in HD!

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