Interestingly, Galactic Bulge Was Created During a Single Powerful Burst

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about new discoveries in regards to the creation of the huge Galactic bulge that Milky Way galaxy and other galaxies has in the middle.
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  1. Hue Man

    Eyes up here! Stop looking at my bulge.

  2. Paradox

    So it turns out the Milky-way has been stuffing.

  3. Thomas Pownall

    Imagine the fireworks from a galactic collision.

  4. Vinay Kumar

    Hi Anton.. I have recently read an article which says that researchers have found a fossil galaxy within our milky way galaxy.. I would like to know more about it from you…Thank you

  5. WalayatFamily

    What I really want to know is the origins of the galactic bulge around my waist and what to do about it?

  6. Jordon Berkove

    Anton, Have a happy holiday.

  7. siljrath

    did the title of this change a few minutes ago?

  8. Bildgesmythe

    Happy thanksgiving USA🔭

  9. FIRE STORM 3692

    Galactic bulge : *Exist*
    Humans : uwu what’s this?

  10. Lord Zero

    Wow, very great video. Thanks as always Anton !

  11. Moadeeb

    Bulge 👀,..🤣🤣🤣

  12. Necrodead

    Notices bulge: OWO

  13. Vincent Cleaver

    Happy Thanksgiving, wonderful Anton!

  14. Live Action Sonic

    Origin of galactic bulge: My pants

  15. Dixie Normous

    my central bulge took more than one burst, good for the galaxy

  16. Roma Zone

    Trying hard to read the title with a straight face.

  17. Mikey

    Happy Thanksgiving! Your shows are dope!

  18. Gamer X

    We have different types of Bulges :)

  19. bluegreensubmarine

    It’s God’s crotch he was wearing sweat pants

  20. Randy Brisendine

    I really enjoy your videos. I enjoy the content and your explanations for someone who took chemistry as a BS course in college it is enjoyable to here explanations that don’t dumb it down too much.

  21. Adam Albrec

    I would pay money to see a Beavis and Butthead talk-over of this episode! ;0p

  22. NuxSec

    Hello wonderful Anton, this is person.

  23. espacio hexadimencional s

    The stars as well trnd to acommodate by atom weight so the stars at the middle will always be more metallistics than the ones as you go out.

  24. Max Barth

    Is that a bulge I see milkyway-san? OwO

  25. Desmond

    For now, that’s kind of it.

  26. dezignateddriva

    My galactic bulge comes from your mumma..

    love the channel btw wonderful Anton

  27. grodhagen

    Just note: never use the obvious joke. It will just fall flat afterwards.

  28. Freaky Snuke

    So know we all know what Milky Way-chan is gonna look like.

  29. Geoffrey Floydstein

    The bulge is coming from dark carbs

  30. clever name

    I’m really enjoying the comments down here on this video. I also greatly appreciate the video to Anton. Thanks!
    Oh and happy Turkey day to I guess everyone on this side of the water.

  31. Marcus coward

    All at the same time sound like God

  32. Laffing Disease


  33. iGame3D

    It clearly happens when one galaxy is attracted to another. As above so below.

  34. John H

    Very interesting video. Thank you.

  35. Iaman Empoweredone

    You make astronomy interesting.

  36. Jaramie Manson

    Happy Thanksgiving Anton. You ar a smart guy. You in college or university? I love all sciences my friend. Keep it commin’. 😁

  37. C A

    That’s what I told my wife. My galactic bulge was created by a powerful event.

  38. GK Hep

    What happens when the central black hole of two galaxies and their respective bulges collide with one another?

  39. M T

    Someone fluffed up the pillow
    in the middle

  40. MC's Creations

    Pretty interesting indeed! 😃

  41. Marcus Tempus Aurelius


  42. C R

    Its, just happy to see you.

  43. Rupert Miller

    My inner twelve year old appreciated this video so much.

  44. jz

    Okay folks, now that’s enough with the bulging wise cracks and snickering.

  45. Mister Angel

    Now that was xtreemly interesting.
    Thank you wonderful person👌😎👍

  46. Prison Planet Earth Compl

    Hey Anton . Im sure were in for another epic show Thanks

  47. Charles Ingalls

    I was gonna make a joke about having an extremely large central bulge, but you perverts beat me to it

  48. noliverk

    “Bulge” is an inherently funny word.

  49. Charles haas

    This is like a celebrity gossip magazine ;) focusing so much on famous bulges

  50. Vant

    something’s wrong I can feel it

  51. BRP

    Happy thanksgiving buddy! Thanks for all you do—I love your content!

  52. Dee Ess

    Dam they caught me on camera, can y’all stop talking about it 🙄

  53. elusiveDEVIANT

    I tried not laughing at every time he said bulge. But sudo bulge made me crack. 😹

  54. Graeme Lastname

    Yet another thing observed that keeps me thinking maybe the shape of the gravity curve is not exactly as predicted. Does gravity bend gravity? All good fun. :)

  55. Science Troll

    Being Aussie I’m guessing this has something to do with beer.

  56. Mythiasorcio

    “galactic bulge” 🤭

  57. kwnyupstate

    What could explode and make something like that?

  58. Vulgar Saint

    For me, learning something new has always been a joyous occasion. Just want to say thanks for all the joy you bring to me. You truly are a wonderful person.

  59. Neil Gault

    Hi-def lookin tough with that dark background.👍

  60. Cortex

    Notices galactic bulge, uwu

  61. T.C. Bramblett

    So, creation gets going with a nice smack, on every level. Good evidence for the Big Smack theory.

  62. airware

    Amazing !!! That’s how my bulge was created.

  63. 1v1 me

    Never been this early to a vid before

  64. B H

    Never thought I’d hear Anton talking about bulges!

  65. Space Team Enterprise

    I came for the comments 😂

  66. Dzaks

    My head always hurts trying to process metallicity in its astrophysical meaning. Keep auto replacing with “stuff that is not H and He” and its still awkward.

  67. Munkee Bone

    “Space Out!”

  68. Kenneth Davis

    dude quit saying “bulge” I cant stop laughing !

  69. King Bowser

    This comment section will be filled with “uranus” type of jokes, lmfao

  70. OllamhDrab

    Paging Professor Drake: Higher metallicity early in Universe formation… :)

  71. catbertz

    Anton: Galactic Bulge Was Created During a Single Powerful Burst
    Me: That’s what she said.
    My seventh grade science teacher: 😒

  72. Echo

    Scientists: *notices bulge* OwO What’s this?

  73. Gerrie

    Hello Wonderful Anton :o)

  74. NobodyLosesLikeTrump

    “The surprising origin of the galactic bulge”

    I think I saw this in a Spinal Tap scene.

  75. Uden One-Eye

    “Surprising origin of the galactic bulge”

    I’m gonna take a shot in the dark and say it’s the movie Labyrinth.

  76. Podkova

    The comments are going to be very Beavis and Butthead.

  77. Mike Clarke

    Hey have you seen Andromeda, she’s beautiful and coming our way. If I was the Milky Way I’d have a central bulge too. “Hey get your hands off me, I can walk.. stop, help..”

  78. Rusty00

    OwO whats this?!

  79. Level Up

    I’m gonna be honest the bulge at 1:48 looks like a very bright butt. That has to be the biggest full moon in the universe.

  80. Alvish

    Us being wonderful made the Galaxy blush, and hence the Bulge.

  81. nimrodta

    My favorite part was when he said there is a correlation between the size of the bulge and the size of the black hole.

  82. mangelo

    he wanted the title to be like that and we all know it

  83. Speaker For The Dead

    “the size of the buldge” isn’t supposed to mater ;) oh i was laughing throughout this video lol

  84. LightningNC

    [ notices stars ]
    _owo what’s this_

  85. SykoEsquire

    I couldn’t help but laugh at a video about “galactic bulges.”

  86. stuntard

    There’s nothing mysterious about my bulge

    It’s usually another science yt upload 😜

  87. Psyberklown

    So…the Galaxy is not just happy to see us?

  88. Peter Rabbit

    That’s interesting, the bulge usually comes before the burst.

  89. Sebastian Lee

    WHATS THIS!? O w O

  90. MEMOE GZ

    happy Thanksgiving from new MEXICO U.S.A have a blessed day wonderful people

  91. Riley Hoffman

    Anton: You don’t need background music. Your presentations are magical enough by themselves.

  92. SirKnasher

    Scientists: *notices galactic bulge*
    “UwU what’s this??

  93. Emery Thrash

    Anton: Talking about the galactic bulge
    Me: giggling and chuckling throughout the whole video

  94. madjimms

    You could say my bulge is galactic. Although my accretion discs could be larger.

  95. Johndonson1

    We’ve had releasing the Kraken, now we’ve got capturing the Kraken.

  96. FukTheCancerKnownAsCancel

    “The size and the mass of the bulge also correlates with the mass of the central blackhole.”

    Sounds like the blackhole is in for a ride…

  97. Intercaust

    ***Giggling like Beavis and Butthead every time Anton says “bulge”.***

  98. Demir Cruz

    Someone: *DIES*
    God: “Hello Wonderful Person”

  99. Hank Pikuni

    Is not polite to look at our galaxies bulge.

  100. TayZonday

    To what extent is it the formation of spiral galaxies analogous to the formation of solar systems? Could the giant gas concentrations that may have preceded galaxies closer to the Big Bang then heat up and begin to spin on a macro-cosmic scale — leading to more heat and star formation in their centers? Wouldn’t the existence of the bulge need to somehow be tied to the mechanism that led to the galactic outskirts orbiting its center to begin with?

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