Most Earth Like Planet Discovered In Old Kepler Data

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about a new discovery of the most Earth like planet using old data from Kepler telescope.
Kepler data:
Object name KEPLER 11176166

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  1. col403

    Anton, how did you get a haircut during lockdown?

  2. RudeAlert

    What I find really amazing about this is how close it is to us. If a planet with characteristics so similar to Earth’s can be found so close to us, that would suggest that Earth-like planets must be pretty common after all.

  3. Osmosis Jones

    Are there hot Jupiters and supper Earth in the same system

  4. David Hyde

    I think it’s a mathematical inevitability that we find habitable planets in our galaxy. I’m still very excited to learn more about Proxima Centauri b.

  5. jeff casto

    Great stuff

  6. Stephen Thomas

    I suppose that even if teleportation were possible it would still take 300 years to teleport someone or something 300 lightyears away.

  7. Roger Kreil

    Cool! 😀

  8. mrmega

    Aren’t you scared that when we arrive in the star system of the planet, approaching the planet and we see it’s just like venus…

  9. Kimo Savage

    Is there a 1649a?

  10. GADCL4

    “Earth-like”…. BUT:
    – no knowledge as to whether there is any form of water
    – no knowledge as to whether there is any form of atmosphere
    – no knowledge as to whether there is any molten rotating magnetic core blocking harmful radiation and high speed particles which strip away atmosphere
    i.e. the greatest probability is that it’s a slightly larger Mars – sterile and totally uninhabitable.

  11. Olga Steck

    Thanks for the video but Anton who cut your hair?

  12. paulo lucero

    Was the surface of the planets in the thumbnail made with Donjon’s fractal world generator?

  13. Vicente Marcha

    love the content….but it annoys me that almost all of his face cam videos are just slightly out of focus…..

  14. Rob Bleeker

    Do you think that scientists on a distance planet will react the same when they are going over their data and confirm that our Earth looks a lot like their planet??

  15. Here There

    Thanks for new video!


    James Webb telescope might solve a lot of these questions. But I wonder if it ever will be launched. This is by far the most dangerous time for Webb. Wonderful

  17. Lystic

    What happened to Kepler-1649a?

  18. BuildingCenter

    Kepler refuses to quit. Damned gem!

  19. HappoApina

    With the current rate of finding these potentially habitable planets, I really think we are going to confirm e.t. life within this century. What an exciting time to be alive!

  20. Kristofer BLACKWELL

    In order to be habitable, would an earth like planet need a moon similar in mass and proportion to our own?

  21. Rob E

    Wonderful Person… Nice hair cut!

  22. James Sexton

    Of course! Thanks.

  23. Seth Mladek

    i come as one of the first everyday because i cant get enough

  24. Sandy J Renfroe

    Slick, a new method of detecting exoplanets! 😄

  25. Divino da Guia

    There we go again. Another “earth like” planet. AS ALWAYS, in few years “new evidences” are going to show that is just another hell-planet hotter than the sun.

  26. That's besides the point

    Hey, where did you get a haircut ?

  27. ItsNotTrue

    Hello, Anton. I’m Wonderful Person :)

  28. KevanGuy

    I helped find planet K2-284b in the Keller data! A young sub-neptune.

  29. hawkeye2816

    8 seconds?

  30. Majic Lamp

    Interesting, but speculative until we can detect magnetic fields, atmospheric data, and if it has moons to stabilize it’s rotation and axial tilt.

  31. Mike Dunigan

    My favorite part about learning of some potential new home world is realizing it is so far away the star it is orbiting will die before we can get there.

  32. David Rivera

    Y do u wear the same shirt in every vid lol

  33. MrSkinnyWhale

    Update: huge space mirror found instead

  34. Riko Saikawa

    This channel keeps getting better and better! Thanks you wonder son of a person

  35. Razor Back

    Discovered Earth like planets usually seem to be tidally locked and around a red dwarf. Is it harder to investigate stars like our own sun ?

  36. cosmic throes

    “We are currently about 300 light years away from planet Earth” huh 😳

  37. Luis Soto

    It is a litle cooler than venus ” aha ” after corona virus im am going there , the evidence is not extra ordinarire . We need pictures.

  38. David Lanham

    Let’s say you find a PERFECT Earth, it’s only 1,000 light years away, and you figure out how to travel 10% the speed of light and start heading there. It will take you 10,000 years. After 100 years, the people on Earth have figured out all sorts of new technology and they radio you about it, so you get those messages 110 years after you left. But you don’t have any equipment to do anything with the new technology. So for 1000’s of years you will be hearing updates of stuff that you can’t do anything about. Boy, will you feel stupid.

  39. Tom Mohnasky

    It’s so far away!!

  40. Airclot

    So what’re you playing these days Anton, or too busy with the videos and life?

  41. Tom

    I don’t care about stuff many light years away, until I have my Millenium Falcon !
    Then I’m outta here. 😎

  42. Aleksander Mosingiewicz

    300 ly is far? My Krait Mk II can cover this distance in less than half an hour!

  43. Kris Grauel

    I hope that when a middle planet is discovered you will do another video. Good stuff.

  44. jacqueline schael

    We have to admit that our wonderful Anton works hard to bring us these interesting and well produced videos. He deserves our subscriptions and patronage.

  45. Louix Griego

    Ahhh, home….

  46. Emmi Panda

    i love your videos dude. great video as always!

  47. Normie Peasant

    Thanks for another interesting video!

  48. Caleb

    Thanks, Anton!

  49. IcedElectric

    Im going to point out that the raid shadow legends ads are keeping me away from something more important…

  50. HoneyBadger

    Interesting stuff i just wish we were able view these Earth like planets in much more detail one can only imagine what is on their surfaces.

  51. aspiring human

    Sir, can you make a tutorial re: Google Open-Source Exoplanet Astronet?

  52. Peanut RBuckle

    Now I’ll be hooking up on Space Tinder!

  53. Feral Cyborg Gaming

    We need to broadcast Anton’s videos into space so that aliens can see a wonderful person. This way, they know we have intelligent, friendly people here.

  54. Curtis Jaxon

    Looks like we have found Sanghelios, wonderful people!

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  56. Andrew Blucher

    Great lockdown haircut Anton!

  57. nathhekzz

    It must be a wonderful planet just like Anton 😏

  58. Omega Actual

    We’re getting good at this.

  59. Mr. Butch

    Another interesting revelation from a wonderful person.

  60. Russian Bot

    I remember a time when we all thought we would never find water outside 🌍. Then I remember we would never find planets outside our solar system. 💫. What’s next aliens 👽 ?

  61. Xion

    Hello, wonderful Anton. 💗

  62. Andrew Podolio

    Anton flexin on all of us with his fresh ass fade when I can’t even get a haircut from my lawnmower rn 😩

  63. john noe

    Good news! I just found out I’m a “wonderful person” ! heh, but seriously I’m hooked on these videos by Mr. Petrov. Always interesting content.

  64. Marc Bali

    Did you cut your own hair today? 💕

  65. pangea1now

    When do we pack up and leave the mess here?

  66. Ellison Hamilton

    Saddle up!! Let’s go. Daylight’s burnin’.

    Thanks Anton. 👍❤🇺🇸

  67. MC's Creations

    Really, really interesting! 😃

  68. Brian Walker

    Who cut your hair 🤭

  69. Frank Fring

    “Earth like” means it’s round, like Earth.

  70. Stephen Lacey

    Wow, that’s amazing

  71. NinjaBOT Handyman

    Great video Anton thanks for sharing my friend !!!! You’re videos are excellent and hugely informative as well as being quite entertaining and intruiging for a plethora or reasons too !!! Cheers my friend !!!

  72. TheUnatuber

    Following Adam’s Standard, I clicked off as soon as the words “red dwarf” were spoken.

  73. J.J Whitty

    Am I the only one who cannot go to sleep until after I have watched Anton explaining the wonders of the Universe.

  74. Nathan Eivers

    Sometimes I imagine an Antov on Kepler doing a video about the most Kepler like planet found in the Milky Way

  75. Pauline Dusolle

    I am so glad I found your channel months ago… You’re so calm and relaxed, your voice actually calms me down. I love it, keep up the good work and I cannot wait for the next video. Thanks !

  76. R J F

    what i cant seem to find online is a G-type star with a planet in the goldilocks zone. has this ever been discovered??

  77. 09Ateam

    Earth 2 was a great show!

  78. Ovi Haliuc

    I would like to recommend watching these videos while relaxing in a bubble bath. It’s next level relaxation.

  79. rodrigo m

    just ask DAD about this! he’s from that system 🙂

  80. Shante’ M.

    Your haircut looks nice Anton 🥰

  81. Mitchell Geier

    Thanks for the daily news Anton. Your my favorite you tube channel.

  82. Martyn Notman

    Absolutely fascinating Anton. Thank you for stopping my brain melting in lockdown

  83. Brando the man, doe

    Thanks for uploading so much during these trying times. Helps a lot!

  84. Anthony Slaga

    Something to look forward to exploring when we are capable of space travel. It is a interesting planet to check out.

  85. Marcus Cicero

    My mind always goes to the exomoon as the better candidate for life when I hear “tidally locked”

  86. Sam Spence

    2:49 the Kepler Robovetter* icon reminds me a lot of the aperture science logo

    *data and image processing icon, not kepler robovetter icon

  87. Osmosis Jones

    If dark energy is a product of the quarks. Then maybe we have found negative mass and if it’s negative mass then might get their after all

  88. TurtixGames

    We’ve found Krypton bois

  89. Ryan Dugal

    Call me when it’s not tidally locked!

  90. Gemmel

    Love my daily dose of “hello wonderful person”

  91. Rupert Miller

    Anton teaches, we learn, everybody is happy. My thanks to Anton and a positive comment section.

  92. Geek In utopia

    Is it REALLY Earth like? ” Earth like ” is just so overused!

  93. Joseph Elsinger

    I told my wife 4 years ago that I will be talking to her about new Kepler discoveries probably until I die of old age. So far so good.

  94. moorsum

    This is the only channel that legitimately lets me relax in what has become a crazy world these day! Forever thankful 💚

  95. M

    Given how vast space is I have no doubt there will be a hell of a lot of accidental discoveries.

  96. bhutheman Akuma

    This channel is the closest, I will ever get to stars planets and galaxies. Thank you for educating

  97. Night Train

    Remember when scientists couldn’t identify planets and actually thought there weren’t any. To believe they’re actually isn’t other life out there is insane.

  98. Greg J

    Today: We found another planet
    Next week: We seem to have lost another planet
    Your great Anton

  99. Valentin Degenne

    Hello wonderful people of Kepler-1649c, this is person 😊

  100. Anton Petrov

    I’ve been planning to do a mini stream on showing how anyone can access the old Kepler data and start looking for planets there as well. It might be a bit more technically involved, but I think would make for a good 500k celebratory stream. There are definitely still a lot of planets hiding in the data, so you never know, you might even find one yourself!

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