Hottest Planet in the Galaxy Is A Lot Stranger Than We Thought

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about Kelt-9b, the hottest exoplanet discovered so far and the unusual findings that suggests the planet is acting in a very peculiar way.
NASA Report: https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=7583

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Comments:
  1. Melanie Boots

    Thanks again, Anton, you champion of the internet and astronomy.

  2. ss

    Are these young stars and their solar system?

  3. Beardwright

    Did I see a video from this Chanel about cobalt or basalt? I can’t find it now.

  4. Anonymous Fellow

    Me: it’s gotta be a brown dwarf, maybe orbiting super close to its parent star

  5. EzDaBoss55

    I call them “Planetary Plasmatoids”

  6. Morgan Brown

    Hello wonderful Bloomberg!

  7. memespace

    Hearing about places like this makes me wonder about the possibility of other totally different biochemistry.

  8. DeathsHead Knight

    most planets are integrated with their Star’s behavior and magnetic field

  9. Upcycle Electronics

    Interesting thought, about the Earth having a larger origin phase. I’ve never thought about that before.

  10. Lrr_Of_Omikron

    Half starcloud half planet… sounds like a SCP

  11. Jerry Brice

    The blasting winds of hell.

  12. QuartuvLarry

    Why did we call them “hot Jupiters?” Why couldn’t we just call them “HOT GIANTS?”

  13. PsyintZ

    Anton’s wonderful bed hair!

  14. Mick Wilson

    I like “exceptionally easy” to detect.”No! love it!”, said Frank Drebin.

  15. Texmex89

    anton you should make a video about the dragon constellation

  16. •R•C•S•

    So it’s a ploud.

  17. Kate Ford

    Your the best ♥️

  18. paradigm respawn

    We have a word for this Existential Atomic/Molecular Problem… Discombobulated.

  19. Allen S

    When planets are tidally locked, how does that affect its shape?

  20. Kinan

    Am gonna call them plasent ( plasma + planet) 😬

  21. X8ricted

    Imagine a planet that spun so slowly that life evolved on the cold/warm side before being extinct when their side spins away

  22. jeroen Zijlstra

    Making it the biggest “storm” in the universe (for now)

  23. Wolf Thorn

    I used to be a rising star.
    Now ‘I’m just an ass-teroid.

  24. sed8me

    This video would make for a great part 2.
    Analysis with a few people working on the EM/Plasma theory.
    Bet it makes more sense 😉

  25. Cindy

    Great content as always. Thanks for keeping us up to date on new space stuff.

  26. DeFreeze Gaming

    thank you for another wonderful video, wonderful person Anton!

  27. Steven Wright

    Anton is so handsome. Intelligence is sexy❤️👏😍

  28. Howard Strauss

    Thanks Anton. Keeping me up to date and entertained. Beautiful goodbye smile. Wonderful video.

  29. Soulthym

    I am confused about the graph at 3:07
    Shouldn’t it be a sin(x) instead of a abs(sin(x))? I don’t really get it

  30. Heads Mess

    orbits in 1.5 days.
    thats a pretty short year…
    im going to start stating my age in reference to kelt years.

  31. Kenny Ryan

    And I thought Venus was hot. Damn!

  32. Gonzalo Rodriguez

    So… is it a Plaud? Or a Clanet? Really, how we should name it?

  33. Denne Gene

    It’s funny how we think we know a lot about about the universe when we haven’t even ventured outside our own solar system

  34. WR

    That hairdo though 😂

  35. Tyler P

    Okay. Wow. This is great. I’ve never even considered this possibility. Thank you for the joy of knowledge

  36. MrXanthios

    Noice, a place where molten metal literally falls from the skies.

  37. Edward Carloni

    I learn something new everytime I watch your show. Thanks 👍🌎

  38. Niall Mackenzie

    Great vid Anton, could you do a video on China’s artificial sun that launched earlier this year, many thanks 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🙏

  39. Michael Cornish

    I love the content of your videos, there is so much to know and learn about the universe. Thanks.

  40. kingofallman

    This was known for 3yrs already!!! Source Washington Post June 2017 😏

  41. Eskimonster

    Star moons would be a nice name :)

  42. AgeOfChange

    Your the Wonderful Person what a very well presented video easy to follow just good.

  43. Sedated By life

    All I could think by the title was “great…. Another pluto scenario?”

  44. Jim Thompson

    Good show, I like your hair.

  45. Globehead Gardener

    Great video sir, I hope all is well on your side of the globe.

  46. Konaalii Alohaohana

    Yikes SHTF across all the universe

  47. Navid Pey

    Hottest planet on the galaxy: Mustafa!

  48. Mike Laffoon

    Anton, love your content. Next time, please remove the pyramid shaped comb. You left it in your hair again.

  49. Joshua Rodriguez

    A few years I’ve been watching it seems that super hot planets have a strong magnetic field

  50. microknight1

    Wow, just WOW…

  51. MySpaceTimeSauce Goog

    My new favorite exclamation phrase is going to be “HOT JUPITER!”

  52. Jungle Jargon

    Wonderful Person is our “go to” source for space news!

  53. Backass Words Weirdworld

    I love the ever expanding realms of possibility. Thanks Anton.

  54. Colin Kerr

    fascinating phrase: too hot for molecules. I’ve thought of that before!

  55. Yeros Syle

    So they have finally found Crematoria…
    Next step, find where they are keeping Riddick.

  56. BlackChallis

    bet you still find Germans on the lava beach with their towls on the folding sun loungers :)

  57. Deborah Anne Hart

    I bought one on Amazon. Can t wait to use it!!!

  58. Large Man

    Could you call it a solar satellite since it has such a massive affect on the star

  59. Space profiles

    I enjoyed this, I had no idea planets orbiting close to high-luminosity stars experience effects as radical as mentioned in this video! Really puts into perspective how powerful even more luminous stars, such as class O and Wolf-Rayet stars, really are, if class B stars are already this powerful.

  60. Planet Purgatory

    The entire time I was thinking about “what if this may be part of the process in which Earth was formed earlier during the formation of the solar system.”
    Low and behold, Anton suggests this also. Great minds think alike my wonderful friend 😉
    I was also pondering what if these planets behave more as a satellite to the star as does our moon to our planet. In other words:
    1.) It’s tidily locked just as our moon is.
    2.) It’s gravitational pull manipulates the surface of the star as our moon has an influence on the tides. In this case, the liquid is not water, but an extremely hot element that behaves like water on the surface of the star. I. E. Causing solar flares and such as you mentioned. It’s true what they say _great minds think alike_ and I like where we’re going with this. This may unlock some key information about the formation of our solar system and bring us closer to the answers of questions that have baffled some of the greatest minds the world over. I’m so glad I found ur channel. It’s hands down the best astrophysics channel on YouTube.

  61. depth386

    Unreal Tournament, anyone remember the map “Lava Giant” ?

  62. Jenni Elina Holopainen

    Krematorium 🤭

  63. Temmie Village

    *”That’s hot”*

  64. beckyrr1

    Don’t ever stop making videos, Anton. Love your content and have learned a lot.

  65. Abdullah

    3% of AU!! That’s too close for comfort.

  66. Veritech DCS

    “In other words” times 17 😄

  67. Barbaryotaku

    His hair reminds me of Something about Mary

  68. Francis de Xavier Maurinus

    WoW! I have a crazy imagination. Since young i imagine a lots of things that were later discover. But a planet have Ionic have molecular I could never imagine. Is weird. Great news!

  69. SHD

    All your thumbnails, titles and video style always make me think you’re a conspiracy theorist, until you start talking lol

  70. Joshua Walker

    Tonight I’m distracted by your hair lol

  71. MP R

    You’re a wonderful person. Thank you for doing the research and making the wonderful videos!

  72. TheDark Dragon

    what you probably see is an old protostar that got it’s atmosphere removed down to the point of becoming gas giant

  73. lasarith2

    1:06 perfect chance to say …
    It’s over 9000.

  74. Glen Waldrop

    It can’t have been in orbit for that long, on planetary/star time scales.
    I wonder how long it’s going to last?

  75. Apofasi Etos

    The Flaming Lips predicted this planet in their album “Clouds Taste Metallic”

  76. The Keeper

    I hereby petition for this kind of planet to be officially called a Plasmet!

  77. Cha Kra

    Anton: You’re not even a planet, you’re a HALF-PLANET! 😡
    Half-planet: 😭

  78. Dimiтrí

    when you’re feeling down.
    just watch this guy’s intro

  79. Troll Master

    Way over my head. I will need to sign up for the 5 minute University, followed by the 1 minute Law School.

  80. Ammaar Mufti

    Dang, the auto captions got it right this time “what the math”

  81. 01YAS10HIRO01

    HOT PARENT
    STAR…

  82. SikoMC

    hello wonderful comment reader!

  83. Duchi

    “Hottest Planet in the Galaxy”
    Still not as Hot as my Mom’s Temper
    when she calls you in full name with a Chancla in hand

  84. 泥棒猫

    Imagine solar flares crossing from star to planet. I want to see how it looks IRL.

  85. cooper maurer ツ

    I love your content, for my birthday I’m going to sign up for your patron, my birthday is in 6 days

  86. Shane Rooney

    Call them “Steve”
    All of the best scientific discoveries should be called Steve.

  87. Rob Patty

    “Probably not” love the editing Anton

  88. Ebby Thashariq

    Unbelievable i love this channel.. Easy for me to understand and learn about universe and entire planet.. Hi im from malaysia.. 😊😊😊

  89. Pat McDonald

    Humans: This doesn’t fit our pigeonhole stereotypes.
    Universe: Your problem.

  90. Hiro Takkan

    “There’s no real name for these objects yet, we don’t really know what to call them”
    Hell.

  91. Hans Isbrücker

    So instead of a gas giant more like a plasma giant 🤔

  92. CubicBlock

    dat hair spike in da middle of anton’s hair doe :o

  93. Bill Kang

    That awkward smiling at the end got me everytime.

  94. Adrian Jimenez

    8:40 “The reason I wanted to create this collision right here”. Anton, you don’t need to justify your collisions.

  95. Diablo 2 BotWatch

    Who TF downvotes Anton? Fight me.

  96. Tau ceti

    Fun fact: The day side of this planet is hotter than some of the lower mass M dwarf stars.

  97. Handlebar Fox

    KELT-9b: What do you mean I can’t be a planet anymore?
    Pluto: Welcome to my world.

  98. Dominik Beitat

    Welcome to the dark side. We have molecules.
    Cool.

  99. Jason Mason

    I,m not a scientist but I’d rub this one off the “looking for life “ list.

  100. Hugos Boss

    It is like a real intense staredown
    Star: “Dude, just admit you lost, you don’t even have molecules on your face anymore”
    Planet: “I-i am fine”

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