Solar System Is Accelerating! And Other Incredible Gaia Discoveries

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about an incredible new data release from Gaia telescope that has already discovered so many incredible things about nearby space.
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  1. Bruce Millar

    Why, retire such a telescope?

  2. Magnus B

    How close, and when, will another star pass close to us?

  3. Chris Herb

    Hello Anton! Hey, since some of your videos I can’t read your descriptions in it on my smartphone anymore, all cut off a little bit though original video format as always. ✂️🤷🏼‍♂️

  4. MrConspark

    Beautiful wonderful universe!

  5. Jeffrey A. Smith

    We’re in the era of mind bogglingly precise space instruments and telescopes. That can be launched much more cheaply, and reliably with SpaceX. Gaia is incredible.

  6. SpectatingBystander

    I need Bill & Ted’s phonebox I wonder if it’ll go to the year 502020 🤔

  7. Gerrie

    Hello Wonderful Anton :o)

  8. Gospel of Thomas 77th Pea

    Anton – do you sleep? You are a machine! 👍🏼

  9. Cecilia Parés

    Thank you Anton!!🤗🌟

  10. Avenoma

    SO…we get juice from the center of the galaxy w/o sun interference and the best sunlight in the summer 0_0 am I correlating that correctly?

  11. lava0and0tephra

    I love this channel😤

  12. Robert Reynolds

    Another GREAT video Anton! Thank you!

  13. Tony Bjorklund

    Sounds like the calculation for redshift is going to need an update…🙄. 😆

  14. Bruce Millar

    Anton, you never cease to amaze me.

  15. agreenwood

    Much love.

  16. nekkoMaster

    Anton, talk about space manifolds recent discovery

  17. Robert Johnson III

    I love all the information that he passes along

  18. dave jones

    Great video, but a bit too many extreme, amazing, incredible.. also what is the benefit of knowing where a star will be in a few million years – what can you do with that information?

  19. Louis Brown

    what!? 3D starmaps? Has someone notified Winchel Chung? edit: wait! that’s …that’s a 4D starmap!

  20. Dr Gunsmith

    Who in the universe thumbs down a wonderful person Anton.

  21. Jason N

    I wish I were in the small or large magellanic clouds so the milky way would be my view of the night sky. That must be spectacular for whatever lives in those places.

  22. Livingvapour

    The WARP?! warhammer 40k intensifies lol

  23. Ankan

    that be 0.23nm/s^2 anton. Gotcha! :p

  24. WhatsUp

    hello wonderful Anton this is person

  25. Richard Duke

    Cool beans !
    But sad to hear that this will be the last of this type of telescope for many years to come !

  26. nsr

    Is there intelligent life anywhere in our galaxy? So far we never have found such. A pity!

  27. Dustonedagain

    I use this to sleep but I also get so excited about everything you discuss, this is my nightly contradiction

  28. AMSA

    you are truly an outstanding person in this you tube crowd
    thanks again

  29. Samuel Fogelgren

    Anton can you do an indept video on our local group of galaxies? Would be cool to know about stars in those galaxies as well. :-D

  30. Not interested, I've alre

    Oh come on Zefram Cochrane, I want warp lol.

  31. Azubike Mojike

    10:45 noo you are a beast gai telescope too bad it need to retire

  32. David Shaw

    I look forward to seeing Gaia proved correct in the year 3500 when Gaia 25 data is released.

  33. Evolution_Void

    how does this affect the perception of time? Does this have any correlation to the statement “years seem to go faster” ?

  34. Stacy Large

    Love me some Anton the human bridge between galaxies 🌏

  35. John Peter Mangilin

    Solar System: I am Speed…

  36. Prowler Cam

    I jumped in and started studying the data and almost immediately made a discovery…
    I’m stupid.

  37. Dr. Otto

    … isn’t accelaration not a fundament of ‘gravity’ ?! 😆🤔

  38. James Pepper

    UI was goign to ask you about the motion of the earth through the galaxy and then you posted this video.

  39. artkaboom

    Brilliant video…thank you Anton! Nobel prize for this years wonderful videos!!!

  40. PropRotor Nut

    Mind-blowing indeed Anton. I don’t normally share utube videos, but yours are excellent, so I shall. Thanks for the great videos. 👍

  41. Gregg Weber

    All this extremely precise data will become a small ballpark in the next century. Maybe they’ll call it the “Old Gaia Field”.

  42. michael dougherty

    So wasteful, shutting the telescope down when it’s running perfectly. It cost so much to put it there.

  43. robinchwan

    “gas gas gotta step on the gas”~

  44. FandersonUfo

    Merry Christmas Anton

  45. Mllngtn Louis

    300k stars in a 300 light year sphere around us. That’s a lot actually.

  46. bruinflight

    What a wonderful pleasure to see a new Anton video!!!

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  48. Kenny Smith

    I look forward to these videos every day. I have even got a couple friends watching them now too. And your quality always seems to be improving. 🙂

  49. MC's Creations

    Hmmm… Could that explain the differences in the measurement of the expansion of the universe? 🤔

  50. Jim Bigner

    Report back in a million years and tell how well the projections work out :)

  51. xrm160xqw

    atom petrov your the most scientific channel about science here on youtube

  52. Darren Krivit

    Truly mind-blowing 🤯
    Thanx for the update✌️

  53. Ken Creten

    This is the first title you’ve had were I literally said to myself, “what?!” Wow. I’m going to watch this right now.

  54. Ctenomy

    Is there any interactive 3D map (with the stars’ names) with the Gaia data?

  55. HeyBra2.5

    HE’S SO HD

  56. Bruce Ritchie

    Love this channel! Was it just me or was the text being cut off at the bottom in this video?

  57. Varun Mirasdar

    Even solar system is keeping pace with changing times😁 Hello wonderful Anton, as always👍

  58. Alexander Keith

    Are the two magionic (sorry didn’t know how to spell) clouds remnants from a larger galaxy that collided with the milky way in the past?

  59. Picksalot

    The video was so interesting and full of information, I had to watch it twice! Thanks

  60. John Kepers

    Wish I could live that long to see these events happening 😞

  61. Randy Sullivan

    Thank you Anton for another fascinating trip into the depths of our universe and local objects. Amazing stuff!

  62. Ellison Hamilton

    SCOOBY Doo!

  63. Chris Leone

    I love Anton, he’s like the nicest guy. These videos are always so interesting and also make me feel good.

  64. Con Hauss

    This has become one of my favourite YouTube channels of all time. Anton you’re the best

  65. Bobby Pentland

    Hey wonderful person thanks for sharing and caring about us. Anton hope all is well and thanks for info.

  66. Reflexsnipz

    I’ve had this question about dark matter how do we know that we are expanding but what if we are rotating around something

  67. Guilherme Ribeiro-Tardin-

    Thank you for the accurate and up to date information.

  68. 7lllll

    very surprising to hear large magellanic cloud is a spiral galaxy. we’ve been told it’s an irregular galaxy for a long time

  69. Ro Jaws

    Astronomy can make you feel really small.

  70. H Lee

    2nd time I’ve been so early

  71. Tim Jones

    Just a quick audio note: Your voice is coming across as too boomy, as if the tone is set to minimum.

  72. james taube

    Watching you for the last year I realize how much science changes constantly and with every new change we are SURE we got it right this time. LOL

  73. Jason Swanson

    7:28 oh my.

  74. Les Tex

    Love seeing your videos you wonderful person! :-)

  75. Jon Stern

    “The vastness of the Milky Way” is indeed mind blowing. And then you look at the Hubble Deep Field and try not to think of the Milky Way as being tiny.

  76. João Almeida

    Look at all the stars going to the same place! :O
    Did we really just discovered where´s the restaurant at the other end of the galaxy?? XD

  77. Ty Lower

    Love ya Anton. Thanks for keeping me updated on astronomy.

  78. mrFoxYou1

    Hello wonderful people

  79. Goku Black

    yoo, dude I haven’t seen your videos in so long and you have gained so many subs since last time. (Been a fan since 20k)

  80. Roy Mckenzie

    I love this channel…keep up the good work…bless

  81. Martin Zarzar

    Thank you always for helping us understand our place in the universe.

  82. junk mail

    I’m glad to know our universal coordinates in 1B years… Just in case I have to forward a parcel or something.
    Tks Anton, great video as always. 😉💛

  83. Chris Griffith

    Damn, I need to get on that “Living more than One Million Years” thing… so I can worry about shifting solar system problems…

  84. Adawg 303

    Anton calls me wonderful person every day and it makes me happy 😃

  85. Alberts stuff

    Anton you have outshone yourself yet again, you really are a 🌟!
    Thanks so much dude! 👍🏼 👍🏼 👍🏼

  86. Laiba Gul

    We’re racing across the galaxy for sure!

  87. Keyan Mikaili

    last time I was this early Pluto was a planet.

  88. Mllngtn Louis

    9:05 this is insane honestly.

  89. Guilherme Ribeiro-Tardin-

    “A long time ago in a galaxy not so far away….”

  90. Ken Creten

    That – was a fantastic video, Mr. Petrov. Thank you.

  91. Galactic Rangers

    so many telescopes coming to the end of their lives, i really hope we replace them with better, i know some are to be replaced but man, Arecibo falls apart was a big one.

  92. Richard Armstrong 3rd

    It’s kinda like “we” / “our galaxy” is a cell moving through a “vain” / “vessel”

  93. Fire Up

    what would the view of our galaxy be like if we were standing on a planet within the large or small magellanic cloud?

  94. Rob Houtsch

    Well, that’s good. I thought it was me just getting old… slowing down… Y’know 🤷‍♂️

  95. Garance A Drosehn

    It’s pretty mind-boggling how much data is there.

  96. Graham Forrester

    reminds me of stellar cartography in star trek generations

  97. iRonald

    Anton, I sleep each night listening to your latest videos each night, and you should know that. Thanks.

  98. Sheena Stanhope

    Anton, you’re the best. Thanks for educating me.

  99. Chuck Just Chuck

    I have a 20 yr old t-shirt – an arrow pointing to earth’s placement in the galaxy. It says, “you are here.” My favorite… :-)

  100. TayZonday

    Ten million years is like a trip to the store in the life of the universe. Yet it’s 1,500 times longer than the history of human government.

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