How Fast Is The Universe Expanding? New Hubble Constant Value

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about a new way to calculate the expansion of the universe.
Paper: https://academic.oup.com/mnras/article-abstract/498/2/2871/5894941?redirectedFrom=fulltext
Video used: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PFgmXI8g0o&feature=emb_logo

Tags: anton petrov, science, physics, astrophysics, astronomy, universe, whatdamath, what da math, technology, steven universe, space engine, universe expansion, expansion of the universe, how fast is universe expanding, dark energy, dark matter, what is dark energy, red shifted galaxies, tired light, why is light red shifted, Tolman surface brightness test, hubble constant, hubble’s constant, h0, cepheid variable, cosmic microwave background, cosmological crisis, gravitational lensing

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  1. Bob Thomas

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  2. Glen

    If the big bang is an ongoing event that is still creating spacetime in our universe it would explain increasing rate of expansion

  3. Identitools

    I just use my waistline during the lockdown. It’s big enough to see visible change over time.

  4. Captain Quantrill

    Yeah……..sure

  5. Fanboy 3000

    Neat

  6. Urquoise

    Is anyone noticing Anton has 666k Subscribers

  7. Mystical Sea Potato

    Mmmmm…
    I don’t like it. Not one bit. If the rate of change to how fast the universe is expanding is changing, do we really know how old the universe is? Or am I just dumb.

  8. Eleanor Chapple

    We are like the proverbial mice describing an elephant.

  9. 2019inuyasha

    Perhaps the universe isn’t expanding. Just our field of view shrinks due to being pulled closer toward a distant black hole…

  10. Lee Colbeck

    Would gravity not have an effect on the speed that the universe expands, so areas with more gravity, would slightly slow the acceleration of expansion?

  11. InsaneFirebat

    FYI, the link to Universe Sandbox 2 goes to an unavailable listing. Considering it’s a digital purchase, I’d guess that it’s not coming back.

  12. Xspot box

    Fake star light, been laying to us about true nature of universe for thousands of years. But now we know how cosmic smoke and mirrors works and we wont get fooled again.

  13. Steve

    I like the thought of using gravitational waves from black holes/neutron stars collisions as some sort of “Space Sonar” 0.0

  14. DFB

    could the extra gravitational lensing caused by dark matter around the galaxies possibly cause the discrepancy in the measurement?

  15. Van Ralph

    looking good anton

  16. yod bod

    As the Universe continues to expand,the filaments in the web would stretch until they parted and the clusters of galaxies would become isolated from each other and then eventually congeal into one Black hole per cluster.

  17. carl gangl

    I say static they just have not found there error. not tired just slowed by gravity. And we are back in the center of the universe again. WRONG

  18. Zach Deedler

    Do the studies take into account earth movement in the universe? Depending upon our velocity in the year, we would be traveling closer or farther away from the other galaxies.

  19. JRR31984

    P.s. Another great shirt you have on. I wouldn’t blame you if you considered them shirts as uniform(!)(.) SPEAK.

  20. Leding

    Great Video, Thx! Doesn’t the expansion of space increase static energy between objects?

  21. jay west

    Where is it expanding from?

  22. Darren Bauer

    Does the red shift expand with the universe? Or would it be the actual speed , including the expansion speed, that is measured?

  23. Chad Cuckmaker

    The… Light… Gets… Tired… When was this?

  24. Tsolaris

    Distance of observation alone effects the perception of red shifting. That alone is a reason for the lenses to cause confusion. Great Video!

  25. Adam holste

    With all these blackholes around the universe im suprised that like 80% isnt overly warped or absorbed lol

  26. Ares Aurelian

    If there are fewer galaxies farther away, it means that the universe was more sparsely populated/expanded back then and more populated/less expanded now, not the other way around.

  27. ofek pearl

    6 ppl still think light gets tired

  28. Glenn Babić

    Other thing we can do is not care. Don’t need to know and can’t do anything about it anyways.

  29. Earwaxfire909

    Can you align two gravitational lenses to create a gravitational telescope?

  30. Vene Keeper

    How far gravitational lenses can see the universe?

  31. kjcolewelle

    Just the best antidote to 2020; calm, highly intelligent, curiosity that can’t help but leave a confident hope in our future in its gently bobbing wake.

  32. goobot1

    Probably has to do with how much material our host black hole is consuming

  33. Withtheseprovisions

    It would also be nice to have tests that would try to measure the expansion speed in different directions. Is the expansion speed same in every direction… it does not necessary have to be

  34. Ordinary Joe

    666k subcribers 🤘

  35. John Barney

    Scientific knowledge is a body of statements of varying-degrees of certainty, some most unsure, some nearly sure, but none absolutely certain. Richard Feynman.

  36. Don Vineyard

    Good video, Anton, as always. I read a few years ago that distant light might quantize in steps based on a distance factor Any more research on this? Or is it a smooth transition?

  37. Vicente Gambini

    Keep it up anton!

  38. GameB4ProtoPlayCatallaxy

    thank you.

  39. P0VV

    love you Anton

  40. Andrew A

    50% of people here for space news
    50% here for
    HELLO WONDERFUL PERSON

  41. TheCreepNDeath

    The only constant of the universe is nothing is constant. ;)~

  42. Shaman Credible

    off-topic, but I really gotta know what your old intro music was, that radical techno track.

  43. Agent 111

    Glad to be part of 666k 😂

  44. Brizz Taylor

    Perfect subject for a Friday night

  45. Slender Man

    That is how we can dectect wormholes gravitational lensing

  46. darthex0

    Its accelerating in the same manner as a raft approaching a waterfall, but in all directions!

  47. Starlings murmuration

    This is just a theory and we have no idea what’s going on….

  48. 1RuTV

    ” accuratly measured ” … by calculations with assumptions based on theory … and reacently we corracted our accurate measurements times two
    privet Anton !

  49. Darren Caustin

    Another great video Anton..👍💯

  50. John Davison

    You have to be really smart to be able to make these issues comprehensible to simple folk like me. Well done Anton, thank you.

  51. Nick B

    I look forward to these videos every day and Anton never lets us down. 🖥🌎🪐

  52. William Finley

    All ways great! Thanks Anton

  53. Fausto Levantesi

    Anton, does this have implications on the age of the universe?

  54. christophe malvasio

    @
    Anton Petrov how much “empty” the environment of the universe is ???

  55. WetBob SpongePants

    I realize the universe is expanding. WHAT is it expanding into?

  56. Sam Harper

    Bye Anton! I’ll see you tomorrow.

  57. Fermioncool Fermioncool

    wait a little bit: 1 trillion years later

  58. Sebastian Bueno

    Anton you are having problems in the volume at the end of your videos, the music at the end

  59. David Aspinall

    It expands due to the gravitational pull of the multiverses nearby, and varies according to relationship.

  60. Carlos D Gutierrez

    Or C: the universe is anysotropic just like the studies about the changing nature constants along an axis observable in the cmb suggests.

  61. Mr. Mudd

    Could gravitational waves themselves, be a partial or the only thing that could cause the expansion of the universe?

  62. Summer Brooks

    Red “shift” can also remain intrinsic color based on structural engineering of the evolving individual star, Anton.

  63. Big_Tex

    The Cosmological Inconstant.

  64. Filiolus

    Wonderful Anton!

  65. Curtis Joseph

    We’re playing tag with a very elusive universe.

  66. Nileist 666

    I can watch 1000 of your vid’s Anton, and I dont think we’ll ever be on the same page when you talk about math and physics….lol… but One day…..

  67. xrm160xqw

    you’re so space-y, anton

  68. Brian McGuinness

    I wonder how these results fit in with Harry Ringermacher’s “ringing” universe idea.

  69. Ильдар Бикбаев

    ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  70. Steven P

    Thank you Anton! Do we understand the intergalactic medium well enough to start interpreting the data we collect?

  71. Daren Wilson

    Ah good, another informative video on Hubble’s Variable.

  72. Richard Shane

    1:12
    Is light a transmission or a propagation?

  73. sirnukesalot24

    We might even notice a gradient that points to a center of the big bang. Unfortunately, it’s probably well outside the horizon of the visible universe.

  74. Sheena Stanhope

    I enjoy watching your videos every night after dinner. Thanks for being part of my day. :)

  75. Kenny Carter

    Let’s see if this new findings show the “constant” is increasing

  76. Chiky Scares You

    that mega zoom on the galaxies always blow my mind

  77. Joe Causey

    This makes me want to watch a good science fiction movie.

  78. Targab Australia

    We’re still in the explosion, or drop a drop of water on a flat surface, eg a drop from a white hole

  79. r. ramjet

    fast becoming one of my favorite channels

  80. MC's Creations

    In short: the crisis is still there.
    Well… We’ll see, I guess. 🤷‍♂️

  81. Jakey Fremgen

    1:55 Occlusion is a pretty fancy word. I wonder how it might apply here.

  82. Aurinkohirvi

    The light in my room is getting more tired now.

  83. Kane Arlow

    Thank you for another year of fantastic and interesting videos, I hope you have settled into your new place. Happy holidays to you and your family, and everyone watching on the channel.

  84. Scott Haliday

    Hello wonderful universe…and Anton!😉

  85. jehl1963

    At 4:10 the glasses on his t-shirt suddenly exploded into color and my brain blew up! 🤯

  86. Tim Black

    Thank you, Wonderful Person!

  87. Classicracer Uk

    I need to get on my bike to stop the Universe catching me……

  88. Mustofa Abdullah

    Your incorrect, you forgot to take off the *lens cap*

  89. Alison Walker

    To be born in a time with stars! The joy! Ty for so much for all your shares!

  90. Alfred Sutton

    Well explained, Anton. Good graphics. You’d be a great classroom teacher if you wanted.

  91. Nibelung

    One of my plesures in life is eating breakfast and listen to Anton explaining the universe, thank you wonderfull Anton for starting my days on a possitive note =)

  92. CleanerBen

    Hope you’re prepared for Christmas Anton!

  93. iiDynAmiCii

    Thank you for so much good content in these times!

  94. John Stopman

    Anton Petrov: 666K subscribers. I like it :-D

  95. EyeDreamMellowDees

    its always after “more specifically” I get left behind…

  96. Keith Bajema

    Just wait a billion years or so and measure the red shift from the same objects again to see how it changes.

  97. Jim Mullen

    “Hello wonderful person “ what a nice greeting. 🙂

  98. Adymn Sani

    well, to be honest I have been expanding this year too…

  99. Nick Diamond

    “Hello wonderful person”
    I find myself saying that in unison with Anton at every intro. I’ve got it down pretty good.

  100. FetalKnievel

    One of the most humble YouTubers, bringing us all of this content he is excited about, and everyone in the comments being grateful. I love to see it

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