Planet With Unusual Parameters β Pic c Confirmed Visually

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about an incredible achievement in trying to create a direct image of planet that was discovered last year.

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  1. tore springare

    Wow is there anyway i could buy a supersized poster of that exoplanet picture ?? there must be several pixels in that picture and can i get it in black & white only ?? Thanks Anton

  2. rick


  3. Hindy Carvalho

    Great content! Congrats! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

  4. Xavier

    cool as usual!

  5. Gacha Guy 13


  6. Email Ellis

    Not very exciting news please give us news about near our solar system something very close to us and how can we skip from the planet Earth is getting so boring

  7. mega mushroom

    Congrats on six hundred and nineteen thousand subscribers

  8. Jade Sea


  9. JSheetz Artwork

    hello wonderful person

  10. diz zy

    wonderful people, hello!

  11. Neil Gault

    Great stuff as usual!👍

  12. Reality Refugee

    great work! i love watching your videos!

  13. Very Angry Citizen

    Good video Anton.

  14. prabir ghosh

    Can u tell about star gate project in usa🙏

  15. GlitterJuice

    thanks !!


    Good there is no long intro but straight to it

  17. atom s


  18. John Bastien

    Good content. Sound a bit off today.

  19. Paul the Audacious Bradfo


    You da man!!!

  20. Time End

    What would happen if we let people mine on the moon? Would it crack and start heading towards earth?

  21. Silas Dense

    Thanks Anton.

  22. Ильдар Бикбаев


  23. James Hudson

    Thanks for the post.

  24. Muah Muah


  25. Mage155

    AHhhhh heLLoo aNton yoU arE so cOoL

  26. Martin M.

    Which program do you use for the visualization and orbital parameters of Star Systems / Planets?

  27. Jussainwuturthinkn

    Anton what month is your birthday? Just wondering for astrology sake and I might send u a cake.

  28. Ellison Hamilton


  29. Goo-Tard A

    Who do you think wins between lomachenko and Teofimo Lopez

  30. Goo-Tard A

    Who do you think wins between lomachenko and Teofimo Lopez

  31. Rogue-Spear

    Just got your shirt! :D it’s wonderful! :D

  32. Matthew Lemons

    Love the topics, but it’s very monotone and quiet…I’m constantly spacing off into other thoughts.

  33. TheElectricOrigins

    Well of course NOT “VISUALLY”

  34. ezzz9

    A created image for data is a drawing.

  35. Shayne Murray

    Does the Titus-Bode formulae predict the same planet orbital radii from the central star of these newly discovered solar systems as our planets?

  36. Spacebot

    Brilliant video! 💜👌🏻

  37. Clark H

    PogU Anton good content per usual <3

  38. Bruce H.

    Good presentation and visuals. Thanks.

  39. Mojzes Tamás

    I love your channel but your “facts” and insti


  40. m m

    Anton is the most wonderful channel I discovered in 2020

  41. Teresa Calarie

    Love your content, keep up the amazing work!!!!

  42. Teresa Calarie

    Hey Anton, you wonderful person!!! How is the new place? Sooo glad you were able to get back on your feet. It happens in life, you just gotta keep doing what you’re doing!!! Many people are happy to help!

  43. Christopher28fair

    How do you know all this stuff? From reading? Do you have your own Hubble? Thank you.

  44. Nicholas Guerrero

    I need to be air lentes to my hospital

  45. Meneer Halfwerk

    Hello wonderful person :D <3

  46. Sam Morrow

    I really like the new lighting. Makes it more realistic and a sharper image of you.

  47. thatsnotmyname

    Anton, you frikking alien, you are a different league out here, thanks for spewing out all your info.
    Also you are funny!!! 🌠

  48. ReverendXero

    Do you know how mad I would be if man finally reaches the stars, goes to the first planet outside our solar system, steps off the ship and see: A Fern. A horse. A redwood tree… Talk about disappointment!

  49. logicalfundy

    … So we can directly image exoplanets now, what about stars??

  50. JRR31984

    Awesome questions and answers. Ground breaking type! Mr. Petrov.

  51. Sahimaro Daro

    Hello Anton, why/how is this star moving in circles? 3:54

  52. Nicholas Guerrero

    I want this thing gone comience from Amanda Smith

  53. Karim Amin

    Math + Science > everything else.

  54. Kristopher Reed

    Surely, I’m not the only viewer that, not only binges your content for its informational aspect, but also receives a significant moral boost from your genuine “Hello wonderful person!” that you share on a daily basis. So thankful for your awesome min

  55. William Montgrain

    The temperatures are easy to explain if the planets migrated past each other after formation.

  56. boboss top shelf

    Dang Anton comin up bub gratz on the home front an HD lookin crispy my man 😆

  57. Larry Hepler

    Hello wonderful Anton. Really enjoy your videos. However, you made one of my pet peeve misstatements: that asteroids were created by a process of dust particle accumulation. I’m constantly amazed at how many science geeks, actual scientists and such make that misstatement. Asteroids are obviously (at least in my simple mind) the accumulation of debris from planet and proto planet collisions. First off, they are made up of materials that require the heat and pressure of the interior of those early rocky planets and proto planets in order to form. You can not make nickel iron, let alone what appears to be volcanic rock, out of dust unless you mean it was the early planets that started out from “dust particle accumulation”. It is well regarded that there were hundreds of early planets and proto planets in the early solar system, and many, many collisions, eventually leading to the survivors we have today. Some of that debris from those collisions found an orbit in what we know as the astroid belt. Check out the recently released video of astroid Bennu for a visual tour of a pile of planetary remains. This is the astroid NASA sent a probe to collect some “dust” from and return to Earth with it. Only problem, now that they are there and mapping the surface in great detail, no obvious dust or sand patches, just what obviously appears to be planetary debris, Ooops.

  58. mark munday

    you could tell us about nibiru but dont they will shut you down

  59. Jakey B

    This comment section is so wholesome. I enjoy it. Keep it up wonderful people. And Anton keep doing what you do. You make me so much more interested in space. 👍🏻

  60. Gustavo Togni

    Thank you for your passion, your knowledge and the hardwork you put into your content!

  61. Nigon Kouk

    so it’s young but it’s older than the universe’ :[) LoL”””””’

  62. Decaying Grandeur

    Great video! And congratulations on getting your feet planted in a home. 👍🌍🚀🛰

  63. Andrew900460

    I thought the thumbnail meant we found a planet in our own system XD

  64. Christopher28fair

    Hey….. where’s my “Hello wonderful….” oh. Never mind.

  65. Laffing Disease

    Did you know your name backwards is Notna Vortep?

  66. will2see

    2:39 – Anton, check the Grand Tack hypothesis.

  67. garret smith

    Best part of my day watching these

  68. Lorenzo Von Matterhorn

    Dude you are amazing :-)

  69. Mig Ram

    Imagine a planet in proxima b to be habitable and humans colonizing it.

  70. Kevin D. H.

    Anton, another great video, the 4K looks great and I hope you are settling in well in your new ‘digs’! Space out!

  71. Sonorous

    …and just imagine what they’ll be able to see with the Webb space telescope.
    Can’t wait.

  72. Phil McGlen

    Love your videos. They’re always really interesting. Thank you!

  73. Genki G

    hahah imagine humanities biggest challange being distance


  74. henk Barnard

    5:48 There are no degrees on the Kelvin scale.

  75. MC's Creations

    Really, really interesting!!!
    Thank you, Anton!

  76. mmmirele

    *old enough to remember reading in astronomy books as a kid that it would never be possible to image the disk of a star (hello Betelgeuse) and directly image planets (hello Beta Pictoris c).* I’m glad the books were wrong!

  77. Peter Houle

    Hello, wonderful parameters!

  78. G U R U

    Waiting for that video announcing we’ve found some sign of extraterrestrial life.

    Hope we live to see that.

  79. maciekgs17

    Hi Anton, love your content. Translational science is what we need and you do a great job converting scientific papers/articles/content and presenting it the way I wish my university professors had done. One small thing, your sound recording is a bit hot, probably due to your new set up. Hope your move has gone well and stay healthy. Take care

  80. The Unblinking Eye

    This homeless guy sure does produce a lot of content!

  81. Yaroslaw Kaminsky

    I still don’t believe in HD Anton. It’s neural networks upscale, I guess…:)

  82. Lou L-P

    The shape of the galaxy as traced at the opening looks like the famous Mona Lisa painting’s, smile; going up on one corner and down on the other.

  83. robert carbno

    How about the planet that is too cool being a captured rogue planet that could also be a reason for it being too cool could it not.

  84. Canaan McKerchie

    With that introduction I thought you forgot to say *”Hello wonderful person!”* Your great, keep the vids coming and congratulations about ur new home!!

  85. Steffan Dalager

    These videos calms me.. Thank you Anton :)

  86. Michael 23

    To those going to the planet of alpha centauri, Sivako!

  87. Captain Hakob


  88. Eo Tunun

    Just you wait until EELT is finished! In the minutes when none of the bloody Starlink satellites pass through its field of view, it’ll see things never deemed possible!

  89. Adymn Sani

    always something out there beyond the dark

  90. Bongeled

    I was feeling down but noticed you in my recommendations, your videos are always so entertaining and cheered me up! Thank you for that, I hope you have a wonderful day ♡

  91. Darren Krivit

    The fact that we can now visually see an exo planet is mind-blowing 🤯

  92. factinator33

    I just saw Andromeda for the 1st time with binoculars, mind blowing….

  93. Sean Parker

    My father is in the hospital, on the razors edge of death. Because of Koolaid 19 I can’t be with him much. Sitting here, 4 feet away from his empty chair with his dad ring on my pinky, your videos are the only I’ve found that can keep me distracted enough to not melt down constantly. I’ve always liked you and been thankful to you for your efforts as an educator. I’m even more thankful to you now. Thank you, Wonderful Anton. Truly.

  94. Adrian Bradshaw-Jones

    Hi, Anton, It occurs to me when you show the “unusually shaped” galaxies, more often than not I am reminded of the failures found when a potter makes a mistake on the wheel. What should be perfectly round suddenly veers off and forms all kinds of distorted discs very much like those one the one at the beginning of this video. Where are the gravitational forces coming form to apply so much pressure and distortion? Is it from the surrounding galaxies or are there different forces at work? I think you may have answered my question at the end of the video if galaxies are formed like planets.

  95. Sam Harper

    I can’t wait to go back to 1982 to tell them all about this. They’re going to think I’m a wonderful person.

  96. reconciliation86

    So you’re telling me that we can visually resolve a picture of this planet – however far away – at 8×8 pixels? And we’re using pretty tiny telescopes compared to what we could actually build if we really wanted to…..I hear the the lagrange points still don’t have any telescopes…we should definitely populate L3, L4 and L5. What massive opportunities to come…

    I might have 60 more years to live…I might die having seen a picture of alpha centauri where a planet is 512×512 pixels or better. Truly amazing.

  97. Kento

    I really dig how the sound quality has gotten better and better over time with your videos.

  98. ArchEnema 67

    That planetary disk looks like a plate thrown on a wheel using clay that was too wet.

  99. KasuaaLiKahvittelija2 '

    wonderful antonians i hope you are safe in this horrible time!

  100. John Doucette

    I love how well you fill the role (among other roles) as “astronomy news anchorman.” Love your videos!

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