Lonely Rogue Planet Similar to Earth Found Traveling In Our Galaxy

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about a discovery of a rogue planet that seems to possess similar mass to our own planet Earth.
Paper: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2009.12377.pdf

Tags: anton petrov, science, physics, astrophysics, astronomy, universe, whatdamath, what da math, technology, steven universe, space engine, universe sandbox 2, gravitational lens, gravity lens, rogue planet, planet, earth like planet, earth analogue, rogue earth, rogue planet like earth, how planets are made, creation of planets, planemo, earth planemo, planet scattering, ogle, optical gravitational lensing experiment, ogle planet

  1. Batt Mann

    glad this does not say solar system 🤣 misread thumbnail

  2. Sparkles & Cheech Melon C


  3. Mark Lee

    Ah! Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!

  4. Cory Lenhart

    This is alsome

  5. Darren Krivit

    Anton’s going rogue🌠🌏


    That’s no “Rogue” Earth… 🌎 *It’s, It’s UNICRON!!!* 🤖👿

  7. Franciscob

    they’re so much bots in this chat

  8. Nick Lawton

    Also, Anton, I am the person who gave you a tiny amount of bitcoin and said I wanted to conduct some of my own tests with detecting ultrasound from plants and I recently got my first plant!! I also have some ultra sound object detecter, so maybe I can work with that, who knows what’ll happen!

  9. Joseph Mitchell Jr.


  10. Mark Sharman

    Nibiru? :D

  11. HolmesHobbies

    Is there a good method to contact you?

  12. Terry Breen

    Reminds of the film Melancholia, never watched it but, the trailer seemed too depressing for me. Hopefully this one doesn’t turn out the same :)

  13. Udit Kumar Sahoo

    I very much like all your videos,Anton.Mostly I don’t understand in full but can’t resist when a very articulate person like you seek to explain what lies beyond out in the incomprehensible universe.

  14. Martín Cabrera

    Awesome Anton!

  15. Rust in Peace

    It’s been theorised that during the birth of our Solar System, Jupiter ejected a planet.

  16. mike morris

    Excellent vid! Although, how do we know it’s actually rouge and not orbiting something we can’t see (like a black hole or some other dark object) and having an extremely far orbit, like Pluto?

  17. Justanother Oglesby

    I B approving of the ogle 😏

  18. Agustin Gandino

    I never read the paper about the study he mentions on the description.

  19. Joe B

    Freakin awesome

  20. Rebecca Stallard

    Love your show Anton!

  21. Denholm Turner


  22. JuanJulio Jamirez

    We have ‘chunks of 🌑 dark matter’ flying around now?

  23. Robin Parkes


  24. Danny Mckenzie

    Gravity is crazy to think about, like what is it you know, like what does the consequence we can observe as gravity actually derive from, what is the medium made out of. Gravity has to be the result of something, like how if a big enough ship sinks the turbulence that is caused by its motion through the water can pull things that arent attached to them deep under the water and pretty much drag it to the bottom. Gravity causes many different consequences we can observe through other mediums, so what is the true nature of it and what is it a consequence of.

  25. lasarith2

    All by my self🎵 don’t wanna be all by my self anymore 🎵.

  26. Georgia Hartley

    so does that mean its ‘Dark Matter” ;) seriously if its invisible to the eye but is there its is dark matter

  27. Retro86

    This is kind of creepy I’ve always said I bet there is a earth sized planet is out there roaming around and hearing that it could be that size is creepy.

  28. Lirima - Hirumi

    Watch as it gets caught into the solar system

  29. Adymn Sani

    another interest video Anton, as always

  30. Ambassador Lofi

    here’s a algorithm for the comment nice nice
    thanks for the vid

  31. Squange Flagion

    Could venus have previously been a rogue planet?

  32. jeremy banks

    Just what we need another earth thats going through climate change

  33. Mark Yocum

    Yeah. That’s metal. 🤘

  34. Slim Jim

    Pretty cool until they start swallowing satellites and making phone calls.

  35. Time Bandit

    Maybe some day that poor lonely planet will find a home star by getting caught in it’s gravitational field.

  36. Paul Athwal

    Two words for you: Immanuel Velikovsky

  37. Jussainwuturthinkn

    Basically life’s short live it up!

  38. Shawn Quinn

    It’s the great evil from The Fifth Element.

  39. BrusselSprout Boy

    Imagine the empty space between stars packed with all these little systems we can’t see.

  40. Joseph Crowe

    you’re a blessing in a world of madness, beautiful person. no homo. glad you found a home. 👊✌🍻🍁🍻🍁

  41. MC's Creations

    Really interesting indeed.
    But let’s see. We’re good at creating new methods to find things. So… Who knows. 😊

  42. Clash Royale


  43. jon macy

    I love your videos, but I sometimes forget to like. Don’t ever feel bad about reminding me.

  44. pingnick

    Whoa!? What!?!? Amazing🤯

  45. Thiago Alexsander Luiz

    Now this is interesting

  46. Los Brooklyn

    What’s hanging out in Orion? Check out Star Walk 2 app, crazy!

  47. Lock Zilla

    could you explain us how the quasar map from voyager plaque would help a civilization find us, how long it would work ?

  48. DoBe

    They found the Death Star

  49. Jon Crow

    Could the combined mass of rogue planets account for the mass that we expect to see and don’t? What is currently assumed to be Dark Matter.

  50. Brother Kellerman


  51. Gerrie

    Hello wonderful Anton :o)

  52. Zarina Khan زرینه خان

    I do not like the word “rogue” to describe stars/planets that have been ejected from their galaxy/solar systems.

  53. Silas Dense

    Great video.
    Thank you Anton!

  54. Assaf Wodeslavsky

    Very dangerous – there is no way to stop a rogue planet on collision course with earth.

  55. TheElectricOrigins

    Algun dios exiliado de la “Titanomaquia”?

  56. Jan-Willem

    5:42 That’s what she said

  57. Jiggy V

    *Stop calling me a wonderful person I ran over a squirrel this morning* 🐿

  58. Baxter Powel

    A rogue planet , damn i have a new sci fi movie scenario in mind!

  59. Kate Ford

    Your the best thankyou ♥️👀

  60. MrRozebud

    So do these rogue planets get flung out of the milky way completely? (Does the milky way have an escape velocity?)

  61. Kyle Jefferson

    I watch your vids at night they help me sleep 🤦🏾‍♂️😭lol

  62. Goldzior

    Imagine traveling around the galaxy and running into a rouge planet

  63. C.F. Contracting services

    I want to thank you for what you do. I never got to learn the sciences. Fascinating stuff

  64. Chris

    Scientists: The galaxy might be packed full of trillions of rogue planets
    Also scientists: The galaxies have a lot of invisible matter that gavitationally influences the orbits. Who knows what it could be, let’s call it “dark matter”.

  65. XRP 747E

    It’s always such a soothing and uplifting learning experience watching your videos, Anton. Thank you and I’m very grateful.

  66. Jonatan Krogh

    Thanks for another great video Anton! I have a question. Isnt there almost always something behind if you just have a good enough telescope, as shown by the Hubble deep field images? To take it further, wouldnt it even in theory be possible to see this lensing effect on the CMB? Whats stopping us from doing that?

  67. Boss Hog Playa

    Hello wonderful Anton! i needed this upload after working outside all day. It’s ugly raining and 37 degrees in Michigan 😖 how is it by you guys

  68. MeTwoFirst

    Peek a Boo discovery – now you see it & you will never see it again – what ever it was. Maybe it was life driving by on cruse control ?

  69. No ID

    thanks so much for your dedication and layman’s talk

  70. Dr. Otto

    … remember a guy long time ago suggesting same … but he was deemed crazy 🤔😆

  71. Bassotronics

    Now that I analyze this, why would advanced aliens want to make a spaceship when they are capable of moving a whole planet? 👽

  72. Grady Hamilton

    Thank you Sir! God Bless ya man. Be safe !

  73. Irfan Huda

    “Dormammu, I’ve come to bargain”

  74. Adam Ganzer

    It’s midnight and my mind went to thoughts of Ito’s Hellstar Remina…

  75. Relentless Resentment

    That’s no moon; It’s a Space Station… 🖖👽🤙

  76. TacticalDoucheCanoe VRB

    So if we have a rogue planet in our galaxy for nearly each planet there is around stars..how much lower an amount of dark matter is there than. We were missing lots of mass so we invented the idea of dark matter. Maybe we don’t need as much now.

  77. Shah Legno

    You’re really wonderful person Anton, deliver space content on time.

  78. Nick Lawton

    Whoever creates the english captions, thank you; i just enjoy them

  79. Alfred Sutton

    Thank you, Anton. You’re a good teacher.

  80. Planet Earth

    My lonely twin! He’s been found!

  81. Pup314

    I hope they name this planet Gothos, after the planet from the Star Trek episode Squire of Gothos.

  82. Jim Bergen

    While watching this: I tried to explain the theory of an asteroid on a path behind our Sun, hidden from our view from Earth and once the Sun changes its trajectory, It will impact our planet so quickly, there is nothing we can do. My wife said,: “We should then smoke some weed and hope for the best”. If you do get married, get one like mine :)

  83. Some One

    I like the “Hello wonderful person” intro you always have. We’re all friends and wonderful in our own ways :)

  84. lil.larsson

    Every single time I want to go to bed I find a video by Anton, and goddamnit I just can’t say no to watching them

  85. Damian Ousley

    Reminds one of the 1951 movie “When worlds collide” where rogue star Bellus and its single planet Zyra head towards the solar system with dire consequences. Though there is still plenty of elbow room in the galaxy and collisions of stars and planets would be rare events.

  86. Mary Ann Bittle

    Very cool! We knew they had to be out there, but it’s so interesting that we managed to finally find one!

    Anton, I admire how much you do for the advancement of STEM every single day. Too many forces are trying to push anti-science agendas, so every voice we have supporting science is a definite plus!

  87. Nathan Okun

    Can you imagine how extremely tiny such an effect from an earth-size/mass planet is? The fact that we can detect such a thing is almost on the same scale as those gravitational wave detectors! “High tech” indeed!!!

  88. buzz magister

    “We’ve invented a much more powerful weapon than nuclear weapons . ” Ancient Alien says on planet that looks a lot like earth and orbits a distant sun .
    What could possibly go wrong ?

  89. Drakijy

    28 views… 32 likes… that’s the way Wonderful works

  90. TNT CCC

    The DEATH STAR!!!🤯😱

  91. Sheena Stanhope

    Anton I’ve been watching your vids for a year now and I’ve learned so much from you. Thank you.

  92. Kenneth Carpenter II

    You’re so consistent my dude. Sure appreciate it!

  93. Anthony Slaga

    Wonder what the weather system is like on rogue planets. If they are always dark or if they get light from the stars they are traveling by. It’s a interesting topic for sure.

  94. Slowburn TM

    I can’t skip an Anton notification!

  95. Osmosis Jones

    If any civilian there could they be kept alive through artificial means such as fusion. Or nuclear waste as heating source

  96. Francisco Pagan

    Rogue planets: another threat to our Solar System and especially our planet Earth.

  97. spazmagoog

    inb4 people saying it’s Nibiru

  98. Steven Jaw

    I must confess… 50% of me comes for the ‘Hello, wonderful person’ intro.

  99. C-S featured

    Our lonely orphan cousin, wondering the cosmos alone without refuge, and so small. The exotic big planets and swathes of small rocks all pick on him. I wonder if it has any resemblance of Mars, Venus or Earth?

  100. deGrelle's Ghost

    Perhaps there was once a Wonderful Person on that planet, his bones forever doomed to wander thru the voids between stars and galaxies, hoping to one day be captured by another to begin again.

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