Huge X-Ray Bubble Structure Discovered In The Milky Way

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about a discovery of a massive structure in the middle of the Milky Way.
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  1. John Mitchell

    merry christmas you wonderful person!!!

  2. Tech Master

    There is also ART-XC X-ray detector on the same spacecraft, which catches even more energetic photons.

  3. Ken Durham

    Thanks, Bro….

  4. Spykerhond

    Extreme quality comrade !

  5. Damien

    Ho ho ho’s and a happy new one.

  6. greg E

    Another video proving how tiny and slow we really are. Talking about things thousands of light years across yet we can’t even get to Mars.

  7. The Recovery Channel


  8. TheDark Dragon

    Also, Merry X-Mas!

  9. Space Ghost

    this scares me so much….the ET community has remote view evidence and stories that 2020-6 our milky way black hole burps energy and it affects earth massively.

  10. Charidy Fyre


  11. Mr. Freakert

    Xrays: slighter lower in energy

  12. Gerrie

    Hello Wonderful Anton :o)

  13. LGL_137 No Name

    Thanks you.
    You just won me a bet in which I had given 10 to 1 odds that you would forcibly mention Dark Matter in this report.
    Easy money.
    Merry Christmas dude.

  14. Mark Davis

    Season Greetings from the Isle of Wight , UK

  15. Jeffery Perkins

    For some reason I’m not too fond of that Corona cluster

  16. Octopod

    Anton, I love your voice. X3

  17. Kirill Grinchenko

    I wonder how far apart the bubble sets are in time. Maybe we can predict another bubble burst. Perhaps we can observe a similar event in another galaxy and predict the effects of the phenomenon using our current observations.

  18. Mr McBeardy

    Anton, you wonderful human Thank you for always bringing us such interesting and inspiring knowledge about this beautiful Universe we live in. Thank you for sharing your genius teachers/scientists mind with us, so freely and passionately. It is noticed and appreciated. Wishing you, your loved ones, and all your wonderful peoples following, a very safe, healthy, and happy festive season during these challenging times. Be vigilant, take care out there. Love from Australia. Namaste ✌

  19. Djordje Dimitrijevic


  20. DeathByFishing

    Perhaps it’s leftover energy from a galaxy that was absorbed by the Milky Way in the distant past.

  21. The Memes of Destruction

    So what you’re saying is The Milkyway can RE-microwave it’s own plasma? ^.^

  22. walt7500

    Living in the past.

  23. Jeremy Wright

    Hi Anton, there is an editing error in your video at t=388, you included two takes accidentally 😅😅😅

  24. Imagine A World

    Thatll allow your teeth to see through your soul xD

  25. Nigel Cockburn

    Hello Anton, Happy Christmas. In your last video you show the shifted light spectrum for dopler shift. But what is the reference?
    If we know the original frequency / colour of light and we can measure the shift – I am fine with that, but how could we know the original light spectrum?
    In your spectrum chart, we can see the shift from the far left to the right. So what has crept in at the shifted far left and still we don’t know a reference.
    Thanks .Well done.

  26. koolbird 2

    The only Christmas present I need is when I pause the video and Anton is making a funny face. You’re the best Anton, happy holidays!

  27. Bill Smith

    Why would the bubbles seem to be centered 12,000 light years from the center of the galaxy (on each side) instead of at the center of the galaxy? It would seem that the event should have taken place at the center of the galaxy, but it doesn’t look that way.

  28. Mr K Lakhan ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ

    Scientist find my *Shiva Lingam.*
    _..good for them._

  29. macsporan

    Call them ‘butterfly-wings.’

  30. Doc Holiday


  31. Susan Doerr

    please , like to share a beautiful song. full moon meditation. on giving voice to the wisdom of ages.

  32. Josh

    Stunning, Thank you wonderful Anton for all these awesome videos. Happy holidays to you 🎄

  33. VanGavrish

    Nah, just Thor travelling

  34. Ian Monahan

    Thank you for your insight Anton

  35. Aliens101

    Have a good and safe Christmas Anton!

  36. Richard Schuerger

    De we know the speeds and directions of the gas in these bubbles?

  37. Ron Coleman

    Love your videos! Thank you!

  38. N AN

    Hi Anton! Thank you for your informative videos and kind demeanour. You are a wonderful person!

  39. cDayz

    The blonde haired woman (from the M&M ad where the man walks in on them in bed) reminds me of Claire in Steps.

  40. mikepette

    yer damn rights I’m wonderful !

  41. Nal Molen

    eROSITA X-ray sky = BEAUTIFUL
    Glad to get to watch this channel!!!! Thank you!!!!

  42. Theros F

    Every time I watch your videos I can’t help but think Wow you are so freaking smart and good looking! I wanna explore your galaxy lol

  43. Bobby Pentland

    Hey wonderful person Merry Christmas 🎄🎁
    Good show! Thanks for sharing.

  44. ollie

    Very interesting! My favourite youtuber!

  45. Ильдар Бикбаев


  46. awfullufwa

    I imagine if we study other spiral galaxies in a similar manner we’d find similar bubbles whereas if we study elliptical or irregular galaxies in this manner we’d find these bubbles but in a much different shape. Idk, I’m just a layman. But I’d postulate these bubbles were not just created by an event, rather, a phase.

  47. Alexis Crizzel

    Love it <3

  48. Fallen Angel

    Have a ‘Cool Yule’ Mr Wonderful!!!!

  49. K udmond

    How tf do you come out with a new space discovery video everyday! 😃
    Neil Degrasse Tyson can’t keep up

  50. Mig Ram

    Merry Christmas Anton!! Thank u for your service!

  51. Dan DeBerry

    We are such a small and at the end of the day the most meaningless speck inside the realms of this ever expanding universe

  52. Sahil P

    Those are the next gen Dyson spheres we were looking for

  53. Marie Scott

    That is fascinating. Thanks for all you do, and happy Christmas and merry New Year.

  54. The DORUK

    Potential Megastructures *Intensify!*

  55. Ryan Goutbeck

    So the burst is like a neuron fireing in our brain!

  56. Aurinkohirvi

    How about the galaxies in our local group, could we detect similar bubbles there?

  57. differous01

    The hourglass shape is seen around pulsars after supernovae dissipate. They appear to be stable structures above the ‘pulse’: we get these in the radio spectrum, but if the pole were pointing at us we’d get Gamma/X-rays: this looks like the same structure, shorter wavelength emissions closer to the poles, scaling up from the ‘blue’ at the core of a flame on our scale, here at the galactic scale.

  58. vaasnaad

    Should we be able to detect this in some capacity in the fossil record?

  59. zweibrucker

    Thanks Anton, great presentation!

  60. али маах дей

    Тош, фсё класс, но ш надо мягко произносить шь и акцент улучшишь значительно.
    За видео, спасибо!!! :)

  61. craig miller

    Thanks for a year of interesting and educational content. Have a safe and happy season. 😁🙃😎👍

  62. Actor Adam Anouer

    Hello wonderful person!
    Anton’s shirt knows what I’m talking about. ;)

  63. jason low

    <3 your stuff man thanks for all the fun info.

  64. rkhnd51

    Anton, you’re amazing!

  65. kingsjack123

    Spooky I was just thinking of spmthing like this.

  66. Julie Speziale

    Wishing You A Steller Christmas Anton 🎄
    Thankyou For All Your Updates!
    God Bless You And Those Near And Dear 🌠

  67. Sean Westfield

    4:07 Kind of reminds me of the shape of electron orbitals… It’s amazing how much universe is fractal on so many scales

  68. Adrian Suster

    Thank you for a year of wonderful learning Anton! Much love and happy holidays!

  69. Bruce Jenner

    Call it the:
    Dirty Bubble, like in Sponge Bob

  70. Laurent Cassaro

    @6:28 There’s a glitch in the matrix. They’re coming !

  71. Thomas Jephson

    Wishing you a wonderful Christmas Anton! Your videos have allowed me to zone out from the madness we’re currently in for a small moment each day. Look forward to learning more in the New Year.

  72. Jaymex

    Damn my friend i haven’t heard of this since like 2008 (:

  73. L M

    Merry Christmas season, to you and yours Anton. I hope you have a wonderful break. Thanks for all the work you’ve done for us all this year. You’ve made a crappy year, just a little bit better, each day you posted. You deserve all the best for the new year. 🙂🙏💚

  74. Richard Kammerer

    Observing at a distance has its advantages.

  75. Kyle Kissack

    Happy holidays everyone stay or become wonderful! ❤️ Thanks for the news Anton.

  76. Doomed2die

    Merry Christmas Wonderful Anton, hope you and your Wonderful family have an awesome MC.

  77. Jackob Wu

    Happy Christmas for you Anton 🎅

  78. Silas Dense

    Great video.
    I noticed your shirt, so here’s a joke.
    Do you know the internal temperature of a ton-ton?
    Luke warm

  79. Duncan Thompson


  80. Loki Kuro

    It still amazes me that it looks like an orbital in an atom, even though it is not.

  81. John Davis

    So all these years I thought we were. In the outer rim. We are very close to the core. Hmmmmm

  82. Ravenous Matter

    “when you first saw halo were you blinded by its majesty?”

  83. Minsc Boo

    The Universe, its age…so vast….so abstract to my mind…..we have a blip of time to wonder….

  84. FetalKnievel

    Sorry about the bubbles, that was my bad. Too much hot sauce

  85. geared4 the truth

    It’s incredibly amazing, fission at its finest

  86. Alan Sutella

    I see Cygnus X-1 there. It reminded me of the song by the same name performed by the music group, Rush. So I listened it just now, and it occurred to me that Anton could do a cover of this song for one of his episodes. Can Anton sing?

  87. The Kiosk

    Great video. Extra credit for saying “nucleus”.😂

  88. Michelle Peacock

    2:14 Wow, that’s such a detailed map!

  89. William Woke

    Oh to see what you’d do with the budget of other 🧮 🪐 channels. This video’s been posted for a minute yet I’ve watched it Three times and, as always, you’ve struck gold.

  90. SikoMC

    hello wonderfull comment reader!

  91. Booty Snatcher

    6:28 “where as these are x-rays overall slightly lower in energy… where as these ones are x-rays so they are slightly lower in energy”

  92. Victor Diaz

    It really is incredible how much we’re still finding out about the universe. Science is amazing.
    Thank you, Anton for highlighting these new discovers for the millions of us watching and learning. 💙

  93. Kris Cadwell

    Maybe the central black hole ate something that hadn’t been thoroughly microwaved.

  94. Dean Miles GOD

    Happy holidays Anton thank you for an amazing year of videos and I hope that next year is such as good hope you and everyone has a good Christmas and holidays stay safe and stay well

  95. DrKuddly

    Happy wonderful holidays Anton!

  96. Ahmed

    Anton is one of my fav YouTubers. He doesn’t even do it for the money and keeps his videos ad free just until the end. The the little things <3 just a tip tho I’d appreciate if you could include the papers you get your information for. space out!

  97. cleanloader

    this is less a channel about just interesting facts and more about amazing, mindblowingly astronomical, unfathomably immense things in our space around us that we just so happen to discover. this guy deserves more credit. much respect, Anton!

  98. Elvira Canaveral

    Our lives are better with you in it.
    Thank you.

  99. marsupius

    Wish I knew more people who had a “favorite map of the galaxy.”

  100. Brian Krebs

    They are just *discovering the shit out of the universe* recently and that’s kinda cool man

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