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

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  • Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

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    • FauxPlace
      FauxPlace 6 days ago

      Yogg I may have my information mixed up here, but when the universe first started, stars were both born quickly and died quickly due to the universe being much more hot from the Big Bang. So, it didn’t take stars nearly as long to die when the universe was first created.

    • PLÜTON PLÜTONYUM
      PLÜTON PLÜTONYUM 8 days ago

      What happens if we take uranium with aunt ablution?

    • Mr Aidan
      Mr Aidan 10 days ago

      You guys made it in TheXvid Rewind 2019 5:43 congrats.

    • Brad Cannata
      Brad Cannata 11 days ago

      What are the chances we could exhaust smaller stars to the point of creating Kilonovas to create personal galaxies? Or maybe another planet that could sustain life? Plant it like tree lol?

    • Time Is A Concept
      Time Is A Concept 15 days ago

      What about The U.K?

  • exogaming
    exogaming 11 hours ago

    It crazy that we were all made out of stars

  • Vilmos Csontos
    Vilmos Csontos 12 hours ago

    You have already seen a neutron star inside!Bravo :D

  • Dejay Rezme
    Dejay Rezme 14 hours ago

    Does this support the "rare earth" hypothesis? If life requires elements that only are created when two neutron stars collide, this might explain why life is rare.

  • Ange HAHAHAHAH
    Ange HAHAHAHAH 16 hours ago

    i LOVE YOUR ARTTT argh, i wanna get into your sense of artttt. im falling for itt

  • 虎子ちゃんD
    虎子ちゃんD 16 hours ago

    英語できないので日本語字幕を切望。

  • Zac Bingham
    Zac Bingham 16 hours ago

    Are we just gonna ignore sailor moon

  • Roblox Noob
    Roblox Noob 17 hours ago

    Neutron stars are up to 1 million degrees
    My mom : come on eat up it’s only a billion degrees

  • DeAndre Wilson
    DeAndre Wilson 17 hours ago

    Stars are just really big jaw breakers.

  • Machine 3xx
    Machine 3xx 17 hours ago

    I always keep thinking. How the hell did scientists know what are inside stars? How they die? How long it takes?

  • Natalio Sanchez
    Natalio Sanchez 18 hours ago

    Is the book in spanish

  • Iñigo Madariaga
    Iñigo Madariaga 18 hours ago

    can i get the dog?????XD

  • silvercanuck
    silvercanuck 21 hour ago

    Which Italian astrophysicist was responsible for naming the parts of a neutron star after pasta?

  • Storm Net
    Storm Net 22 hours ago

    And then black holes evaporate and die... star life is fucked up...

  • Epsilon's Dilemma
    Epsilon's Dilemma 23 hours ago

    Wait. How the fk do we know what's inside a neutron star?

  • 中指立て姫PS4

    日本語が無いのは翻訳に時間がかかるからでしょうか?
    それとも日本のサポーター(月額契約者)が少ないからですか?

    • 中指立て姫PS4
      中指立て姫PS4 Day ago

      日本からの視聴者です。
      いつも翻訳ありがとうございます。
      毎日わくわくしながら更新を待ってます。
      これを読んでいるかは分かりませんが、翻訳がこの先あるのか気になって質問させていただきました。

  • Wace Mindu
    Wace Mindu Day ago

    "Measly 6000oC" yeah, Measly

  • OyunSever
    OyunSever Day ago

    Awesome

  • Vlogs With Gavin
    Vlogs With Gavin 2 days ago

    7:09 that almost gave a an existentiol crisis

  • Bobby Craig
    Bobby Craig 2 days ago

    I am just focused on the pug.

  • Manuel Reynoso
    Manuel Reynoso 2 days ago

    Pretty cool

  • Steve
    Steve 3 days ago

    Alright you just said me how to create bedrock. Pftt easy, the first step is generating a star…
    Ps: I loved the animation

  • The Stupidos
    The Stupidos 3 days ago

    "I guess the Sun is cheese now, not the Moon"

  • paul kehoe
    paul kehoe 3 days ago

    good vid, only wondering why do they portray this as fact when its a theory, other scientists say nuetron stars dont exist, just a thought.
    any comments any 1???

  • Nickolai Kek
    Nickolai Kek 3 days ago

    can i also buy the sweet dog at the end?

  • Rxnys
    Rxnys 3 days ago

    TheXvid commentsections have become meme collections
    Fuck you all

  • Lucas
    Lucas 4 days ago

    Kurzgesagt, this video is a masterpiece. The animation is astounding!

  • Reilly Ranger
    Reilly Ranger 4 days ago

    0:54 looks like piece of candy corn

  • Ponyboy Curtis
    Ponyboy Curtis 4 days ago

    0:05 jimmy neutron....is that you????🤔🤔🤔

  • Samuel Wand
    Samuel Wand 4 days ago

    wait on the shop it says are u in the eu or not. But im in the uk so what should i press?

  • Muhhamad
    Muhhamad 4 days ago +1

    What program does kurzersagt use for animations?

    • Darth Vader
      Darth Vader 3 days ago

      Adobe illustrator and Adobe After Effects

  • matt karl
    matt karl 5 days ago

    No rush - the clock is ticking
    lmao

  • E-BEAR 38
    E-BEAR 38 5 days ago

    Mmm I want some nuclear lasagna

  • Natasha Smolcic
    Natasha Smolcic 5 days ago

    This is literally why I'm an astrophysics major.... Thank you for never ceasing to blow my mind!

  • Johnathan Chrabot
    Johnathan Chrabot 5 days ago

    some stars has to die twice to become a singularity

  • Tom Walker
    Tom Walker 5 days ago

    Amazing work - love Kurzgesagt and love neutron stars! Perfect combo!

  • Riley Smrt
    Riley Smrt 5 days ago

    Chrystal Lettuce

  • Grae Hall
    Grae Hall 5 days ago +1

    anyone remember before the 2010s, when we could only dream of having this sort of high quality science content at our fingertips? Fascinating and beautifully presented.

  • Anders Termansen
    Anders Termansen 5 days ago

    Can we talk about how Kurzgesagt already have one video about neutron stars but still made a second one?

  • Lorenzo Passero
    Lorenzo Passero 5 days ago +1

    The sad time you discover you pronounce nuclei the wrong way. I used to say nucl-eh-ee or nucl-ee. Yeee

  • AKS
    AKS 5 days ago

    8:05 - 8:15 ... FUCK YOU!!!

  • Syber-VHS
    Syber-VHS 5 days ago

    ''Stars Die Twice'' is a nice name for a sci-fi novel

  • Mr. Midnight
    Mr. Midnight 5 days ago

    I wonder how powerful Aurelion Sol is.

  • Ian Hornbuckle
    Ian Hornbuckle 6 days ago

    How do they know these things?... like how do they know what happens to these stars at a molecular level

  • Darker Souls
    Darker Souls 6 days ago

    I saw sailor moon, i liek

  • MartinGTX
    MartinGTX 6 days ago

    Another wow

  • thirsty boi
    thirsty boi 6 days ago +1

    I got emotional watching this for some reason.

  • Grigris
    Grigris 6 days ago

    4:38 LSP?

  • Le Quasar
    Le Quasar 6 days ago

    5:20.... Sailor moon... Not sailor neutron star.

  • Le Quasar
    Le Quasar 6 days ago

    2:35 this when gold is made..

  • Julian Lippert
    Julian Lippert 6 days ago

    How do neutron stars die, if they don‘t collide with another neutron stars, will they just burn out and evaporate over billions of years or will they collapse into a black hole after a while ?

  • Максим Соколов

    Aren't gold and other heavy elements created in supernovas? Because of this fast falling of outer layers on the core and bouncing back creates more extreme conditions than in the iron core.

  • Agt Fedrik
    Agt Fedrik 6 days ago

    4:32 what if pasa was created in order to have access to the strongest material in the universe?

  • Максим Соколов

    I have some questions.
    For example, is the matter in a neutron star stable under normal conditions?
    Or it requires huge pressure and nuclear matter decays into neutrons, which create protons and electrons and finally form usual matter?

  • catherine sucher
    catherine sucher 6 days ago

    Now how the fuck do you know this.

  • King oof da great
    King oof da great 6 days ago

    Pasta pasta pasta nuclear pasta get out of here boi

  • Ольга Чернова

    Это же бедрок

  • Andrew Simmonds
    Andrew Simmonds 6 days ago

    "What happens now is awesome and scary - space pasta"

  • Imaru Lewis
    Imaru Lewis 6 days ago

    No matter how much humans fuck with planet earth, the natural balance of space can never be touched and I think thats the most beautiful thing imaginable