Neutron Stars - The Most Extreme Things that are not Black Holes

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  • Jowsuf Saturday

    Jowsuf Saturday

    20 dagar sedan

    @Loopy Germs I

  • Tan Collin

    Tan Collin

    Månad sedan

    My daughter really wanna but her mum won’t let her

  • Jacob Roberson

    Jacob Roberson

    Månad sedan

    Why the sailor moon

  • StealthoGaro

    StealthoGaro

    2 månader sedan

    This video was very confusing. I need a bit of explanation on the Mount Everest in a cup of coffee.

  • Thạnh Phạm

    Thạnh Phạm

    2 månader sedan

    E = MC^2 and virus sperm Virus sperm are extremely sophisticated, virus sperm, nucle dycay 1 neutron create 91, 8 voltage create energy for sperm to swim

  • Venixuro '
    Venixuro '7 timmar sedan

    “Neutron stars are one of the most extreme and violence things in the universe" My mom: Pathetic.

  • Toaster Oven
    Toaster Oven15 timmar sedan

    Officer, she was truly legal, technically the atoms in her body are made of neutron stars that existed eons ago

  • Greg Greg
    Greg Greg23 timmar sedan

    If only compressing matter to subatomic levels wouldn't make black holes... we'd be living in a galaxy where all matter is always present. but then the amount of energy in the universe would increase, which in reality can only happen if matter is destroyed since E= mc squared.

  • Massimo Garavoglia
    Massimo GaravogliaDag sedan

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  • The Rival
    The RivalDag sedan

    Science is like you go from nuclear pasta which is the most strongest material to a frickin kilanova

  • Mansi Trivedi
    Mansi TrivediDag sedan

    1:35 hey kurzgesagt I have one question for u if the carbon become neon neon become oxygen so my question is if oxygen formed in Core of star did it burn imidiatly becuz oxygen is highly flammable how could it can be formed to something more dense??????

  • scarmack :D

    scarmack :D

    Timme sedan

    @Mansi Trivedi I'm mostly speculating here, to be sure I recommend you look it up in 2-3 different places

  • Mansi Trivedi

    Mansi Trivedi

    10 timmar sedan

    @scarmack :D thx for improving me

  • XARBON

    XARBON

    21 timme sedan

    Well your question is bit wrong star don't burn they release there energy due the process of fusion .Fusion and combustion/burning are far apart from each other from your question i assume that you are talking about the burning we see in our daily life where oxygen is required to complete the process the process of burning is also known as redox reaction where a hydrogen rich fuel is reduced by an oxidant to produce heat this is the process of burning while in stars they don't burn they fuse atoms to release energy so burning is just a off topic while talking about fusion and for the fact why oxygen fuse soo quickly well that's the think i can't help you up with right now because i am not that good at atomic physics

  • scarmack :D

    scarmack :D

    Dag sedan

    I'm not sure, but I think that what we call burning is actually just oxygen changing forms, but it's still oxygen, and can still be changed more.

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    DANBO dreamDag sedan

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    Professor XDag sedan

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    sertomaeDag sedan

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    sertomaeDag sedan

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  • Molnskuggan
    Molnskuggan2 dagar sedan

    "I literally created all elements in the universe, how can you be better than me? How is that logical?" "It isn't."

  • James Warner
    James Warner2 dagar sedan

    P ah st ah

  • GamingWolf8912
    GamingWolf89122 dagar sedan

    Mate ur video’s alway help my figure out this sort of stuff thx love ur channel

  • Anrice Murcia
    Anrice Murcia3 dagar sedan

    5:28 When weebs become astrologists

  • Threshold
    Threshold3 dagar sedan

    04:34 "Lumps of pasta inside a neutron star" Italians: Americans must have cooked it

  • John Martin Ferolino
    John Martin Ferolino3 dagar sedan

    its looks like a black hole what happen if i go there if i burn my flesh and skin

  • Go to a happy place
    Go to a happy place3 dagar sedan

    ppl: watching video on space noone even looks at stars anymore.

  • Justin Paquette
    Justin Paquette3 dagar sedan

    0:33 forbidden cheese

  • teodor hedelin
    teodor hedelin3 dagar sedan

    astronaut: why is our Italian pilot flying towards a neutron star astronaut 2: he is tryi- Italian space pilot: I NEED TO EAT THE NUCLEAR PASTA

  • Rosalinde Capulet
    Rosalinde Capulet4 dagar sedan

    Could you make a video about neutrinos?

  • sweet dreams are made of memes
    sweet dreams are made of memes5 dagar sedan

    Somehow I'm hungry...

  • Spencer O'Neill
    Spencer O'Neill5 dagar sedan

    I refuse to believe we know this when we haven't been past the moon

  • Mr. T

    Mr. T

    17 timmar sedan

    Who cares what you refuse? Your opinion doesn’t change facts.

  • scarmack :D

    scarmack :D

    Dag sedan

    We can get a lot out of light, more than most people can believe

  • Ozone

    Ozone

    4 dagar sedan

    you know super powerful telescopes exist right

  • Henrique Maximo
    Henrique Maximo5 dagar sedan

    I see astrophysicists love Italian food!

  • The __________
    The __________6 dagar sedan

    I don’t know why but I really love that its called nuclear pasta

  • Tom Rock
    Tom Rock6 dagar sedan

    This is got to be all based completely on theory. How are you supposed to measure any of this? You can’t even fly close to the sun because of the heat, so I guess this is all observation of different stars from satellites and from earth.

  • Mr. T

    Mr. T

    17 timmar sedan

    “How do I know that the Dun is actually hot if I can’t touch it?” You got some flat earth logic 😂

  • scarmack :D

    scarmack :D

    Dag sedan

    We can't physically go near anything, really. Anything about space is theory, except other planets

  • RuCamBass
    RuCamBass6 dagar sedan

    What came first? The galaxy or the sun?

  • Rudraksh Sharma

    Rudraksh Sharma

    Dag sedan

    Do you mean our sun or just generic stars?

  • Doughey

    Doughey

    5 dagar sedan

    The galaxy, of course.

  • You want My name?
    You want My name?6 dagar sedan

    Neutron stars: *Complex, ability to changes time, densest shit ever in the universe* Blackhole: I suck everything and the most powerful thing in universe

  • Walter Walker
    Walter Walker6 dagar sedan

    The Sailor Moon reference....EVERYTHING.

  • Mishka
    Mishka6 dagar sedan

    8:06 That was cruel

  • Robert Devino
    Robert Devino7 dagar sedan

    You have to be a seriously brainwashed idiot to believe a neutron star exists.

  • scarmack :D

    scarmack :D

    Dag sedan

    @Robert Devino ok, can you show me an article or journal that argues against them?

  • Robert Devino

    Robert Devino

    5 dagar sedan

    @Doughey Its hard to say which is worse. Gravity centric cosmoligists, or flat earthers??? Gees!

  • Robert Devino

    Robert Devino

    5 dagar sedan

    @Doughey you can go see a pulsar. But there are more rational explanations for them that are pure fantasy and whimsy!

  • Doughey

    Doughey

    5 dagar sedan

    But they do? You can observe them if you want at an Observatory.

  • lobolero
    lobolero7 dagar sedan

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  • Rellik Gaming
    Rellik Gaming7 dagar sedan

    This channel is amazing

  • Something_to_appease_Google
    Something_to_appease_Google7 dagar sedan

    The death of something magestic…

  • Friendly neighborhood troll
    Friendly neighborhood troll7 dagar sedan

    The best part about neutron stars is the extra fsd range

  • Zedhan Zahi
    Zedhan Zahi8 dagar sedan

    Hey do you want a ice cube or a neutron cube “Neutron cube” Me when I drink my cold water: *I am now the water*

  • Zedhan Zahi
    Zedhan Zahi8 dagar sedan

    Just like Finn said DOO YOU NOT GET IT WE WERE BORN TO DIE

  • Wef
    Wef8 dagar sedan

    So, realistically Mario Galaxy should've ended with a neutron star and not a black hole.

  • Space Core In Space
    Space Core In Space9 dagar sedan

    Could you guys stop animating so well? I’m losing interest in real life

  • Rhupin Zuki
    Rhupin Zuki9 dagar sedan

    does it include the dog?

  • Siddakid
    Siddakid9 dagar sedan

    So if neutron stars aren’t fusing anything then how do they produce energy in the form of the light that we see?

  • Val
    Val9 dagar sedan

    so does a neutron star die?

  • Walid What'm I
    Walid What'm I9 dagar sedan

    Creation of the universe explained in 8:40 minutes

  • Risky Feat
    Risky Feat10 dagar sedan

    Are black holes just stars with gravity so strong that their own light can't escape it.

  • scarmack :D

    scarmack :D

    Dag sedan

    Sort of, the difference is they were somehow crushed down to an infinitely small and .therefore infinitely dense point called a singularity. Nobody knows how this happens

  • BigManTing
    BigManTing10 dagar sedan

    How do you pronounce the name of the channel?

  • Saerom Park
    Saerom Park10 dagar sedan

    5:57 why do many neutron stars make pair with another?

  • yoshi is there a way to get a new coat
    yoshi is there a way to get a new coat10 dagar sedan

    4:47 a big singular mass of protons and neutrons formed into one singular mass

  • oygurd
    oygurd10 dagar sedan

    "neutron stars are one of the most extreme and violent things in the universe" cant be more than extreme feminists i bet

  • mike mars
    mike mars10 dagar sedan

    Some would say black holes are simply types of neutron stars.

  • varun m
    varun m11 dagar sedan

    How can I make graphics like this . Any tool suggestions please

  • ZI MINU
    ZI MINU11 dagar sedan

    This guys speech always hurt my brain

  • Ju Berry
    Ju Berry11 dagar sedan

    "the imposion bounces off the iron core producing a shockwave, what remains is a neutron start" what happens to the iron core? it becomes a neutron star because of the collapse?

  • CreepSteve
    CreepSteve11 dagar sedan

    You slid into that promo at the end so smoothly

  • Jeff W
    Jeff W12 dagar sedan

    A star only has to die once to produce elements up to iron, and a neutron star collision is required for heavy elements. That’s WHY those heavy elements are so rare.

  • arkfish
    arkfish12 dagar sedan

    Kurzgesagt could probably explain how a vacuum cleaner works and I’d still be interested

  • The Final Difficultyify [Yusef Abraham]
    The Final Difficultyify [Yusef Abraham]13 dagar sedan

    when u learn something u never learned: (☞ ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)☞

  • Biednymaniek
    Biednymaniek13 dagar sedan

    Abbonieren Sie die Gruppensuppe und lassen Sie den Urknall auf sich wirken

  • Sample Txt
    Sample Txt13 dagar sedan

    Now for the most human question: can we blow it up?

  • xXBBB2003Xx
    xXBBB2003Xx13 dagar sedan

    The entire video i was thinking of Elite Dangerous' "Neutron Highway"

  • Jenno Suriaga
    Jenno Suriaga13 dagar sedan

    maybe the strange matter is the key to warpdrive

  • aary vispute
    aary vispute14 dagar sedan

    A 🌟

  • Max _BatChalion
    Max _BatChalion14 dagar sedan

    Another incredible video, thank you! Also, who else really wants 5:56 as a poster..???

  • Gorb
    Gorb14 dagar sedan

    “Frame shift drive SUPERCHARGED”

  • Leo Bustos
    Leo Bustos14 dagar sedan

    Beautiful stuff

  • Jadon Blackburn
    Jadon Blackburn14 dagar sedan

    These things are extra fun in Elite Dangerous

  • Dan Dragon
    Dan Dragon14 dagar sedan

    Nuclear Pasta, the real world version of Adamantium.

  • Ballistic Horse
    Ballistic Horse14 dagar sedan

    The fact that we watched this for free is amazing

  • Daniel Harvison

    Daniel Harvison

    14 dagar sedan

    One reason I love the internet/youtube (not the company, mind you).

  • Blade Runner6997
    Blade Runner699714 dagar sedan

    The title is all I needed to not watch this video.

  • Odysseus
    Odysseus14 dagar sedan

    0:33 ahh..a cheese pizza

  • Pembinaan Bumijaya
    Pembinaan Bumijaya15 dagar sedan

    i dont no

  • CageyBee
    CageyBee15 dagar sedan

    1:55 Mjolnir is forged!? oh...well i guess that is exciting too..

  • Xeno
    Xeno15 dagar sedan

    "Pasta is the strongest material in the universe." Mario: *so long gay bowser.*

  • John Luffman
    John Luffman15 dagar sedan

    I want a knife made from neutron star. It will be the best one ever.

  • Mateusz Grabowski
    Mateusz Grabowski16 dagar sedan

    I kinda want a kilonova wallpaper right now

  • Levince S Tagupa
    Levince S Tagupa16 dagar sedan

    Millionova

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    Levince S Tagupa16 dagar sedan

    12022 in 2022

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    Paisleigh Lilliana16 dagar sedan

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  • Legend 'K'
    Legend 'K'16 dagar sedan

    Do you mean that our ancestors are neutron stars ( scientifically )

  • 3dgar 7eandro
    3dgar 7eandro16 dagar sedan

    6:40 stars had to die twice to made the universe we know and love 😌👏🏻👏🏻😁👌🏻

  • fella
    fella17 dagar sedan

    i don’t want to know that all it takes for the world to end is one cheeky bloke of strange matter to come around

  • Purple Diamond
    Purple Diamond17 dagar sedan

    That ballerina is just sailor moon

  • Not Edgy
    Not Edgy17 dagar sedan

    So two massive celestial beings crash into eachother creating an incredible and unfathomable event in which elements are formed and thrown across the galaxy, and someone decides to make a pocket pussy out of said elements

  • Ozone

    Ozone

    4 dagar sedan

    indeed

  • YT LIONS
    YT LIONS17 dagar sedan

    supernova

  • Shane McCausland
    Shane McCausland17 dagar sedan

    So your telling me the way the earth got rich with heavy elements is by neutron stars orbiting eachother and exploding? The lengths you people will go to to avoid saying God did it and hiding behind we dont know everything.

  • Luís Henrique

    Luís Henrique

    2 dagar sedan

    science never said god does not exist, I believe in god and also our great mother but I am not part from any doctrine and yet I believe that god created science so whats the problem you have with believing that science exist?

  • Ozone

    Ozone

    4 dagar sedan

    i mean it's possible that's true but it could also be other things smashing into each other

  • somenone someone
    somenone someone18 dagar sedan

    6:52 this is the nebular theory for pierre simon laplace that assumed that the solar system originated from a big gaseous sphere called nebula that by the effect of gravity and time cooled and took a disc shape then these cooled masses formed orbits around the nucleus that remained hot and shiny that still exists for millions of years till this day and for some others till it expands forming a white dwarf and eats literally all the solar system and our planet and all the mankind unless we invade the universe and the nearby planets

  • Eduardo V C
    Eduardo V C18 dagar sedan

    How does carbon fuse into neon and neon into oxygen?? Neon has a bigger atomic mass than oxygen, so it should be the other way around, isn't it??

  • Ozone

    Ozone

    4 dagar sedan

    pasta

  • DownwindFish
    DownwindFish19 dagar sedan

    Is nuclear pasta the same thing as neutronium google doesn’t feel like telling me

  • Junobeach
    Junobeach20 dagar sedan

    0:33 cheese

  • Roksan Desmond
    Roksan Desmond20 dagar sedan

    al tarik

  • Wyattt
    Wyattt20 dagar sedan

    Do you think that someone made your house, even though you have never seen them? The house is the evidence of the builder. Same with this universe. It had a beginning, therefore it had to have a cause. And that cause, is God. This universe could not have created itself. So do you think God cares about how we live? If He has given us morality so that we have set up a system of law with courts and judges, how much more would the supreme ruler of the universe demand justice? Have you ever lied, stolen the smallest thing or thought a rude thought? If these were the things God would judge us by, would He find us innocent or guilty? The answer? Guilty. Sinning against an infinite authority figure brings infinite punishment. Hell. So how can we stop going to hell? Does doing good deeds take away our sins? If I get a speeding ticket in the morning, then do 5 good things, should the judge let me go free? No, the fine has to be paid. What about asking for forgiveness? If a criminal stands before a judge and says, I'm really sorry... Should the judge let him go free? No, because that would be a bad judge. If he forgave every criminal because he loved them, that would not be doing justice. Justice has to be paid. God is merciful, but not so at the expense of justice. The only way we can go to heaven is if someone pays our hell punishment for us. Jesus lived a perfect sinless life and then took all of God's wrath for our sins upon Himself on the cross. Since Jesus paid 100% of our sins, there is none left for us to pay. Our punishment has been paid and we get off free. Justice has been paid and Gods mercy has been upheld. Our good deeds don't save us. Nor do they contribute anything to our salvation. Jesus paid it all. Just acknowledge your sins, and accept this gift of Jesus Christ to go to heaven. To learn more about God. Read the Bible. It's available free online. Read the gospel of John first.

  • Wyattt

    Wyattt

    19 timmar sedan

    @scarmack :D Whatever created the matter has to be eternal. Otherwise that cause too would be subject to the second law of thermodynamics, would have had a beginning and therefore needed a cause too. All space, matter and energy of this universe (and other claimed universes) is subject to this. So that rules out everything as being the first cause. As there would just be nothingness (pure nothingness). On the other hand, God is God over time, space and matter. In the beginning (time), God created the heavens (space) and the earth (matter).

  • scarmack :D

    scarmack :D

    Dag sedan

    @Wyattt something must have created the matter, yes, but to say that proves gods exists isn't true. It could be many, many things

  • Wyattt

    Wyattt

    3 dagar sedan

    @Ozone I'd say more along the lines of being impossible. If you saw a spaceship in space, how sure would you be that someone built it? The universe is more far more complex than a spaceship. Someone created this universe. That is the only scientific explanation. To say the universe got here by nothing happening to nothing, is sticking your head in the sand and saying 'please, please....'. But it will always be scientifically impossible. The creator sets the laws of this universe. We have all done wrong. How can we be made right with that creator? By His mercy alone. He made up for our shortfall by sending Jesus Christ who took our punishment for our wrongs on the cross. We can only merely accept that gift to go to heaven.

  • Ozone

    Ozone

    3 dagar sedan

    @Wyattt its a theory with very little evidence, but to me it seems the most likely

  • Wyattt

    Wyattt

    3 dagar sedan

    @Ozone What caused these multiverses into existence? what caused gravity? All this still needs an eternal first cause. These arguments are still saying that you believe the universe came out of nothing by nothing.

  • Manuel Balderas
    Manuel Balderas21 dag sedan

    “No one knows for sure, and that’s why we do science” Brilliantly put. So much more respect when we can openly admit we don’t know something.

  • Rohan Preis
    Rohan Preis21 dag sedan

    I sure hope there’s no strange matter in these

  • Whatdoiknow Smith
    Whatdoiknow Smith21 dag sedan

    You idiot, there is no such thing as a neutron star, neutrons can not be packed together so densely.

  • Jinpachi Bobochan

    Jinpachi Bobochan

    21 dag sedan

    And you know that how? By watching some other youtube video? Neutron Stars are already an old discovery, and the entire Neutron/Electron/Proton system is just a tool we humans use to make all that stuff easier to understand. "neutrons can not be packed together so densely" Seriously, who knows what neutrons can do or not, or where the limit is, etc. Most of the stuff we know today might be proved wrong tomorrow.

  • Bhattacharyya Aditi
    Bhattacharyya Aditi21 dag sedan

    Super

  • sternis1
    sternis121 dag sedan

    "Making even crazier space dust!"

  • Mayorfoxia82 Datnoobboi
    Mayorfoxia82 Datnoobboi22 dagar sedan

    5:49 RIP anonymous victim 37!

  • Mayank
    Mayank22 dagar sedan

    "We are made up of elements left by Neutron Stars." *Glad to be a descendant of Neutron Stars*

  • Julz Flex
    Julz Flex22 dagar sedan

    All stars, in every form are extreme. Even brown dwarfs will CRUSH you if you get too close. Neutron stars are just insane. You'll spaghettify and literally gravitate into it 1/2 the speed of light.