Most Extreme Planets In The Galaxy

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  • Published: 20 December 2018
  • THESE PLANETS ARE WEIRD!

    Humanity has long looked up into the night sky and wondered what all those twinkling lights above us really were. With the discovery of the telescope we began to identify these far-off lights as other suns, and soon mankind began to imagine what worlds may lie in the vast void of space. Could there possibly be worlds with life just like ours, or perhaps life that we might not even recognize- where there even planets around these far-off stars in the first place?
    It wasn't until 1988 that humanity discovered its first exoplanet, and with the launch of the Kepler space telescope not only have we confirmed the existence of exoplanets, but have discovered thousands of them, and some of them are truly like nothing anyone ever imagined!
    Hello and welcome to another episode of The Infographics Show- today we're taking a look at the most extreme planets discovered so far in our galaxy!


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Comments • 1 786

  • The Infographics Show
    The Infographics Show   6 months back

    CORRECTION: Venus is the hottest planet in our Solar System, not Mercury.

    Which planet from our list would you like to visit? Is there any other that interests you?

    • Cliff Simpkins
      Cliff Simpkins  2 weeks back

      I have a question. Doesn’t Jupiter have land? Isn’t it not all gas

    • petsandmyths
      petsandmyths  3 weeks back

      @Sir MetalVamp trust me when I say you dont want to visit jupiter. theres no land on that planet. It's all gas, so you would just fall infinitly and probably die xD

    • Shreshth Singh Cherry
      Shreshth Singh Cherry  4 weeks back

      Cmmon, everyone knows that venus is the gottest planet,... how can make such a dumb mistake

    • Grizz0220
      Grizz0220  4 weeks back

      I was going to say... 👌

    • Bruderschaft von Nod TV
      Bruderschaft von Nod TV  1 months back

      I want to go home to Char. I can't stand human stupidity any longer!

  • Anders Termansen
    Anders Termansen  10 hours back

    space doesnt exist smh

    • Dante Machiavelli
      Dante Machiavelli  23 hours back

      Do Gods play with planets and explosions and incredible unfathomable visuals and words I do not know eternally?

      • Taufik Nur Rahmanda
        Taufik Nur Rahmanda  1 days back

        but, Venus is hotter than Mercury :(

        • Dareen smile
          Dareen smile  1 days back

          Planets more like PLONETS

          • gamewizard2008
            gamewizard2008  2 days back

            Nice to learn about more planets besides the typical ones!

            • TheMikeShaq5252
              TheMikeShaq5252  2 days back

              Venus is the hottest aculy

              • Faithful Cute
                Faithful Cute  4 days back

                3:40 it took them three whole minutes TO ACTUALLY GET TO THE POINT!

                • - Harpy -
                  - Harpy -  4 days back

                  planet names in a nutshell: add a random letter, (in this case): i, Then add a dash i-, then smash your keys. i-hdgsha6ds

                  • jairo Sanchez
                    jairo Sanchez  5 days back

                    When you and her are doing it, ask your girlfriend if she down, to do you a
                    HOT JUPITER

                    • jformaldehydem
                      jformaldehydem  5 days back

                      Stop talking science and using Fahrenheit.

                      • Jazmyn Marmon
                        Jazmyn Marmon  7 days back

                        Scientists have reasons to name the planets and stars/star systems the way they do. They discover a lot of things in interstellar space, so obviously it's going to be hard to come up with a new, unique name without repeating one.

                        • David Pitts
                          David Pitts  1 weeks back

                          I thought Pluto was axed as a planet but then was decided to be returned to its classification of it being a planet. Ok I heard this but was it not true?

                        • Zerk 340
                          Zerk 340  1 weeks back

                          Mucury isn’t the hottest planet in the solar system 🤦🏽‍♂️

                        • Okta Bramantio
                          Okta Bramantio  1 weeks back

                          at 9:00 , I know it's only animation but the way you put the photon beam of a rotating white dwarf is inaccurate

                          • Okta Bramantio
                            Okta Bramantio  1 weeks back

                            Additional information: It's not only NASA that looks for exoplanets. All space agency around the world are looking for it too. Even here in my country, Indonesia, all astronomer can do the observation them selves. It is not a hard work to do, if you know the science behind it

                            • Paul White
                              Paul White  1 weeks back

                              i mean if you cant even fact check the hottest planet in our own solar system before making your video im not really feeling the rest of what you say...

                              • ANITHA Yelagandula
                                ANITHA Yelagandula  1 weeks back

                                PSR B1620 to younger planets : back in my days we needed to walk up the hill to support life you kids know nothing

                                • Lil Pizzy
                                  Lil Pizzy  2 weeks back

                                  7:20 "astronomical toddler" is the best insult in the world

                                  • Craig McVay
                                    Craig McVay  2 weeks back

                                    Go for a walk on the SUN

                                    • TheLesser
                                      TheLesser  2 weeks back

                                      alien marijuana

                                      • fallen Ones
                                        fallen Ones  2 weeks back

                                        It is crazy how they can't image the elusive planet 9 and barely can study Neptune but they can image huge galaxies millions of lightyears in distance. It shows one how huge some objects are in space.

                                        • leah Jahnell
                                          leah Jahnell  2 weeks back

                                          It takes too long to get to the point

                                          • laclarous
                                            laclarous  2 weeks back

                                            Thumbnail:
                                            “I’m okay!”

                                            • cory Markstahler
                                              cory Markstahler  2 weeks back

                                              Weird

                                              • Ali Ali
                                                Ali Ali  2 weeks back

                                                The hottest planet is Uranus

                                                • cody taylor
                                                  cody taylor  2 weeks back

                                                  That planet TrEs-2b cool, but it isn't.

                                                  • Lego6lego
                                                    Lego6lego  2 weeks back

                                                    Intro to a normal person: huh cool planet looks.


                                                    Intro to me: THE TRAPPIST-1 SYSTEM'S PLANETS ARE IN THE WRONG PLACE >:CCCCCCCCCCCC




                                                    Video to normal person: I didnt know that!


                                                    Video to me: ITS FAKE BECAUSE THEY SAID MERCURY WAS THE HOTTEST PLANET D:<




                                                    YOU TRIGGER ME

                                                    • Jan Sitkowski
                                                      Jan Sitkowski  3 weeks back

                                                      There are actualy WATER worlds, which have no rocks, just water, and beneath them, water that is pressured into being ICE despite being super-heated. And water directly above it propably being something akin to jelly. Deadly jelly that would crush you if you fallen so low beneath the water... and it's propable, that their atmospheres are water vapour, instead of oxygen.

                                                      • FRONTIER STUDIOS
                                                        FRONTIER STUDIOS  3 weeks back

                                                        Venus is the hottest.

                                                        • SomeThing YT
                                                          SomeThing YT  3 weeks back

                                                          what if theres a planet that is 1 mile near to its star

                                                          • Ryfried
                                                            Ryfried  2 weeks back

                                                            It will die, unless the planet is orbiting super fast tokyo drift star wars speed and super strong like flex seal then ok

                                                        • WLMPIE
                                                          WLMPIE  3 weeks back

                                                          All these planet names look like wifi codes lol

                                                          • chestnut
                                                            chestnut  3 weeks back

                                                            Fun! I have a science project due and this is a huge help

                                                            • Dennis Menace
                                                              Dennis Menace  3 weeks back

                                                              KIPLING-264268-QT

                                                              • Helios Sphere
                                                                Helios Sphere  3 weeks back

                                                                It wasn't 1988, but rather 1992 that the first exoplanets were discovered by astronomer Alexander Wolszczan and Dale Frail.

                                                                • BJL 2007
                                                                  BJL 2007  3 weeks back

                                                                  They spelled Neptune wrong.

                                                                  • I Hate myself
                                                                    I Hate myself  3 weeks back

                                                                    Venus has a penus

                                                                    • Vanilla sweet chocolate Sweeties

                                                                      All that MATH

                                                                      I can’t understand a thing you say I swear and how can nasa do all that ??
                                                                      Impossible probably lied to us 🤨🤨🤨😟🧐

                                                                    • Daniel Purdy
                                                                      Daniel Purdy  3 weeks back

                                                                      We have zero evidence any of this is true.

                                                                      • 蕭碩寬A-Kuan
                                                                        蕭碩寬A-Kuan  3 weeks back

                                                                        I'm sorry but we've known a LOT about Mars, for example: how it got red, how and when it lost its water, when do dust storms occur, etc.


                                                                        Also by examining light reflected from exoplanets we can infer how its atmosphere's made, and confidently predict what kind of weather it's got. So we do have some clue of what's on them.


                                                                        If by ''having a clue'' you mean ''knowing absolutely everything'' (which I believe that's what you mean), then...well, we'd have no clue about absolutely anything.

                                                                      • Daniel Purdy
                                                                        Daniel Purdy  3 weeks back

                                                                        蕭碩寬A-Kuan zero evidence of what exists on other planets. We have no clue what’s even on Mars

                                                                      • 蕭碩寬A-Kuan
                                                                        蕭碩寬A-Kuan  3 weeks back

                                                                        For goodness sake, we've even observed the light reflected from those planets' atmospheres.


                                                                        Elaborate on why you somehow don't think that counts as evidence.

                                                                      • Daniel Purdy
                                                                        Daniel Purdy  3 weeks back

                                                                        蕭碩寬A-Kuan like I said zero evidence.

                                                                      • 蕭碩寬A-Kuan
                                                                        蕭碩寬A-Kuan  3 weeks back

                                                                        At the beginning of the video he literally just told you how they were discovered.

                                                                    • XS5C
                                                                      XS5C  3 weeks back

                                                                      HUMAN IS THE SMARTEST IN THE HOLE UNIVERSE

                                                                      • John Porteous
                                                                        John Porteous  3 weeks back

                                                                        3:30-No, Venus is the hottest planet, Venus!

                                                                        • Dexter Valliere
                                                                          Dexter Valliere  3 weeks back

                                                                          How else would you name less significant planets when we know thousands of them

                                                                          • Chit Plays
                                                                            Chit Plays  3 weeks back

                                                                            Sry. I was not paying attention to your comment :)

                                                                            • Chit Plays
                                                                              Chit Plays  3 weeks back

                                                                              Actually, Venus is the hottest planet.

                                                                              • OverPowered_Omar
                                                                                OverPowered_Omar  3 weeks back

                                                                                They must let cats walk on keyboards to decide the names of some of these planets.

                                                                                • Taels is disappointed in your recent decisions

                                                                                  11:10 there is a mistake here. The ring is too small. The ring looks more like a literal CD or DVD with a little ball in the center than Saturn but 20x more massive.

                                                                                  • krlsnpaalbizsdeaiuswkbeltaw unperdictable

                                                                                    2:40 The telescope is the Hubble space telescope

                                                                                    • masterM 007
                                                                                      masterM 007  4 weeks back

                                                                                      3:29
                                                                                      Venus: am i a joke to you?