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In this video, we will talk about Milky Way from a distance

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geometric art

February 29, 2020

thought the core was bar shaped?

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Solo oe

February 29, 2020

Help when i downloded space engine and lunged it an error came up ad all is said whas you af to update your graphics card drive or instal the computable hardware and i af the latest version of my graphics card ???

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Dersper funny man

February 29, 2020

When I try to play SpaceEngine all of the planets look like Venus while all of the stars look like blackholes, do you know how to fix this?

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OmegaWolf747

February 29, 2020

So eerie, seeing our galaxy from that distance, so dim. Is there anyone there?

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Samantha Young

February 29, 2020

Interesting

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Eriaduuu

February 29, 2020

Your channel is lacking in my favorite type of galaxy, the ring galaxy! You should talk about them more, how they are formed (I think you already made a video about that), how they affect other galaxies, if they could possibly be habitable, etc.

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Thiago Ody

February 29, 2020

Thank you very much for another great explanation and video, Anton! I wonder if you could make a video about the Pleiades and the formation of planets there… I know in SE it exists, but maybe a more scientific view of it… Thanks, and greetings from Brazil!

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Black Leg Ninja

February 29, 2020

Anton you're the reason I'm happy every day

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MoneyNeverSleeps

February 29, 2020

We're nothing really depressing

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Hlafordlaes

February 29, 2020

New Star Map Could Change Everything We Know About the Milky Way: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/new-star-catalogue-will-change-everything-we-know-about-milky-way-180968891/

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Lies To see

February 29, 2020

Hey can you do Saturn and the sun. And just change the temperature Saturn hot and the sun cold

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PSYCHOBREEZY GOD

February 29, 2020

Man Anton just get a rocket ship and go to space for God sakes and explore space for yourself lol I'm pretty sure your YouTube revenue money would pay for it haha

The thing that gets me is how accurate is all this what he is saying how is anyone quite sure that this will even happen lol I do like his videos but I think sometimes he's a bit dramatic and over-the-top and full of shit

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Thomas Fleig

February 29, 2020

What our galaxy looks like is just an educated guess. Nobody has ever seen our galaxy from the outside.

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simo beast

February 29, 2020

what is the name of the intro song ❤

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AgileCoast 1

February 29, 2020

How do we even know what our own galaxy truly looks like when we can see it's true shape from our perspective? Because we can only see one the side of our galaxy, how do we know what it looks like from a top down point of view?

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Stewart Savage

February 29, 2020

A little smudge of light

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Prod. Prawncracker

February 29, 2020

hey anton i discovered something weird in the game. so generate a random small moon, and then turn the temperature to 10000

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Tim

February 29, 2020

the universe 93 billion light years across, but the universe is 13.4 billion years old, how did it get so wide in 13 billion years if nothing can go faster than light? shouldn't it be 13 billion light years across or was the big bang faster than light? anyone know?

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Milkywegian

February 29, 2020

Stellardrone music huh?

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Dean Ironrod

February 29, 2020

if someone was currently looking at our galaxy 20 million light years away, wouldn't they technically be looking at the milky way as it was 20 million years ago?

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Prod. Prawncracker

February 29, 2020

i just got universe sandbox 2 today for my birthday im so excited to play it 😀

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Screamy Boi

February 29, 2020

Can you make a video with the life of Venus?

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Jillian Cook

February 29, 2020

You should have way more subscribers

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Peter Rabitt

February 29, 2020

The cosmic horizon is red,
Andromeda's blue
I love Anton
And so do you:)

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Marike Ketelaars

February 29, 2020

Hello Anton, have you seen the app TERRAGENESIS?

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Nicklas Parsons

February 29, 2020

This might be a bit random but would it be possible to have a relative light speed? For example, 2 objects big enough to see, with people on them, to have, relitive to the others, be going the speed of light?

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Kevin Carb

February 29, 2020

Isn’t the Milky Way galaxy a barred spiral ?
Why is it a regular spiral galaxy in this simulation

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Steezyjunior13

February 29, 2020

Are there any rogue stars ? For instance a star that is not part of a single galaxy ?

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