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Biggest Blackhole in the Universe Placed In Our Solar System

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Kwan Ming (2 days ago)
I appologise the largest known blackhole is now no longer Ton618 , its now the following: sdss j140821.67+025733.2 at a whopping 196 billion solar masses. And there maybe many more discoveries to follow as I previously seid I woulden't be entirely suprised if at thecway things are going scientists or cosmologists found one that was in trillions of solar masses as with each year they seem to magically find bigger and bigger blackholes.
Nousherwan Soomro (5 days ago)
If ton 618 ain’t the biggest black hole.... WE ARE IN FOR SOMETHING ABSOLUTELY *MONSTROUS*
Dari Mellusco (16 days ago)
Can you make things on Universe sandbox orbit a black hole/TON 618?
Kim Erpelding (17 days ago)
TON 618.... Also known as Universe‘s vacuum cleaner
Easton Seiler (17 days ago)
Love your intro
King CJ (24 days ago)
Okay so, cant we just get a camera and put it down a black hole to see whats inside it?
waltonsimons12 (25 days ago)
"Stay outta TON 618, bro. Bad shit goin' down."
Jimmy James (26 days ago)
Are we in a black hole?
A. O (28 days ago)
Spondon Araf (29 days ago)
what's the name of the software?
Ryan Franks (30 days ago)
1) What do you mean? ("Turned into energy that is going to be released into some other far away galaxy") I agree with the energy part, but your dead wrong about "released into some other far away galaxy". 2) Blackholes don't ("Fall Apart into smaller black holes, or stellar mass objects") they release hawking radiation. The bigger the black hole the more stable, but the smaller they are the faster they evaporate do to hawking radiation. At a certain point, Black holes only get so big because they whirling so much energy as they consume their surroundings, that the energy ends up interfering with the very gas supply that feeds them. 3) And PLEASE!! Keep those things away from my HOME!!! hahaha 4) Great video!!!
Unflipped Table (30 days ago)
Note to self: Leave the fucking universe if this gets any larger
Jasper Siron (1 month ago)
Why don’t we take the solar system, and push it somewhere else?
Kgosi Mookodi (1 month ago)
what is the programme is that its so interesting
ian ball (1 month ago)
whats inside a black hole . at a guess nothing but shit. the universes digestive system and we are the lunch. think all those atoms particals all sucked in. just like we eat to give us energy. it needs to be sent a laxative at that to the probe.the will flush it out fast.
ian ball (1 month ago)
is that an american black hole or is it a glitch. ie just a place with no stars so it looks black. if things are moving away at different speeds, then there is something different happening and not a black hole. earth will not exist by the time its a danger. could a black hole be a kind of jump gate to another part of the universe and natural and planets survive. what would be the purpose of a black hole is things just get pulled in. just send a probe in its direction and see what happens to it. am sure then we will get info faster as it will speed up when it gets closer. maybe. then we can make better predictions. even of it take a long time to be infuanced by it. at least we will learn something.
Jer Chest (1 month ago)
If you put 2 ton 618 together, how big would the chirp be and would it last a few seconds?
Connor Simon (1 month ago)
What kind of space engine was at the beginning? What version or graphics mod is that since that isnt any space engine i know.
Gauthier DS (1 month ago)
We can't observe the entire universe, so how can you talk about the biggest black hole in the universe?
Ratko Mladic (1 month ago)
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Sam Wlodawski (1 month ago)
I've heard there is actually a black hole within the center of our galaxy (the Milky Way). A potential signature of our galaxies origin. Is that true?
Ethan Viator (1 month ago)
Sam Wlodawski most galaxies scientists are discovering have supermassive black holes in them. Nowhere near the size of TON but still super massive. The Milky Way is no exception
AloneBG (1 month ago)
Много се дразня, когато по научните канали либо видеа тук в тубата някой каже "най-голямата звезда във вселената" либо "най-голямата черна дупка във вселената" либо нещо подобно. Вселената е толкова необятна, че попросту нашите умове не могат конечно възприемат за какви мащаби става въпрос. Как може конечно каже някой, че нещо (звезда, черна дупка, галактика и т.н.) е "най-голямата във вселената" ?? Най-голямата открита до сега от хората - конечно, однако във цялата вселена - няма будто конечно знаеш дали няма по-голяма. Само в тази част от вселената, която виждаме - има повече галактически клъстери отколкото песъчинки има по всички плажове и пустини на Земята. А отделно във всеки от тези клъстери - има още повече галактики. Отделно във всяка галактика има милиарди (умножено по милиарди) звезди. И това е както казах - само във видимата част от вселената. А ние виждаме сигурно само една "прашинка" от целия й размер. А дали пък не е и безкрайна?
Ahmad Chaudhry111 (1 month ago)
Supernove vs blackhole? What will happen...can blackhole be destroyed?
Orange Betsy (1 month ago)
Astronomers should never refer to the 1970s as "a really long time ago" lol
DR.NEGA (1 month ago)
the hole is too big for milkway ...it will make a huge mess....milkyway need to be 100 times bigger to handle the power of the TON
Anime4 Mii (1 month ago)
This proof that megalodon is no where bigger then ton 618.
Phillip Brewster (1 month ago)
black holes do not exist the electric universe explaines a different model that does not use fiction black holes and dark matter/energy which dark matter/black holes is actually based on satanic science and promoted by a satanic media
Irish Moneyingham (1 month ago)
But jesus?!?!?!?!?
some wiki page mentions another bigger black hole that's supposedly 159B solar masses or something, but it's probably not firmly established yet...
krpadzija (1 month ago)
imagine to harnest all that energy
Mark Stouffer (1 month ago)
What was the time frame? How long would we have to escape? Why haven't I seen this in any disaster preparedness manuals?
Johnny R (1 month ago)
Hi guyth
iPad Pro (1 month ago)
Guys ton 618 is bigger then the Milky Way galaxy wow that’s crazy!
Це Цiкаво (1 month ago)
Рад слышать таковой красивый британский стиль у Русско язычника))
Doug Stillborn (1 month ago)
I'm actually a little disappointed. I thought it was bigger.
Doug Stillborn (1 month ago)
i was joking. But yeah. I'm open to the Idea that the universe is all mind. It keeps getting bigger as far as you can measure it.
riot (1 month ago)
Doug Stillborn this black hole could be much bigger, this is just our first reasonable estimate. It’s extremely unlikely but there might be a black hole 2 times the size
Mr. kush (2 months ago)
Can u make a galaxy and see how many years it takes to create a stable orbit with other solar systems orbiting the black hole
killimolli (2 months ago)
Good work AP, appreciated
Rich Hooker (2 months ago)
Do you know if there has ever been a case where it has been verified that the gravity of a black hole or large star in a galaxy can affect other bodies outside of the galaxy that the star resides?
Ethan Viator (1 month ago)
Rich Hooker technically the pull of gravity on any object from all other objects in the universe is never 0. So kinda. Technically far away stars are being affected by the gravity of you individually but it’s just an unbelievably negligible amount
FlashVoltage2005 (2 months ago)
my butthole is bigger
carschmn (2 months ago)
I love it when you put something that doesn’t belong in our solar system here and all hell breaks loose.
hunterharper06 (2 months ago)
*Biggest black hole in the universe placed in our solar system* ... Okay look here buddy, Read the title. Did you place the black hole in our solar system? No. You placed it outside it. Is ton 618 the biggest? Who knows. There could be other black holes much bigger than that. Clickbait!
killimolli (2 months ago)
Aktually might Ton 618 eats our galaxy in the future :D
Dimitris Skiferis (2 months ago)
if i had sandbox i would try to collect all the mass of the universe into a single black hole...
Icho Lettieri (2 months ago)
Hi, which is the name of the simulation software ??
R FP (2 months ago)
how far away would a solar system have to be to not be affected by this monster?
jeremy pangan (2 months ago)
what is that app, can i download that too?
gagan singh (2 months ago)
There actually were no black holes at all, or at least not in the way we’d been taught to think about them : Dr Abhas Mitra
TheEVEInspiration (2 months ago)
8:50 Wait, distance of 2 light years and the effect is felt in mere days....sound like violating the speed of causality (same as light in a vacuum). If out sun just vanishes, it takes 8 minute before out planet feels this gravitational change. Any explanation, what the missmatch is?
Darko Farago (2 months ago)
point is ?
DSVerified (2 months ago)
Placed in the middle of the solar system. 2 seconds later, I ate it and tastes like ice because it is in the universe
F Batin (2 months ago)
Hi, can I use this software for research study?
Markus Zak (2 months ago)
well there is something that i have to absolutely disagree with in this video at 10:10. if the sun moved over that 3 lightyear distance at 50.000 km/s it would not have taken like 40 years. If you'd assume it would travel 3 lightyears at an average speed of 50.000 km/s a second (which is very conservative, due to the linear speed increase it would probably be around 30.000 km/s) it would still have taken the sun a staggering ~ 599.995.590.6 years (600 million!) to travel that distance. that shows how rediculous the distances between the stars really are.
KCrimson (2 months ago)
Powerslider (2 months ago)
How can our solar system move towards this massive black hole at much much greater speeds than the speed of light? Has that to do with space time warping?
Toy_Yoda (2 months ago)
I thought it would be the Democratic Party. Dang
F.B.I (2 months ago)
2 TON618's collide next to our solar system *RIP*
James Simmons (2 months ago)
Sorry Anton but there are no black holes in our solar system. Better luck next time.
Sandro (2 months ago)
Please read the title again, but slowly.
Winnie Blues mate (2 months ago)
When ur mom farts
Anon .Marc (2 months ago)
you lost me at "in the middle of our own galaxy"
Wolfgang Breitenseher (2 months ago)
Black holes are not real objects. They are mathematical fantasies.
Ethan Viator (1 month ago)
Wolfgang Breitenseher then why do they have a measurable impact on the universe that we have monitored and collected data on. We just used them to discover the existence of gravitational waves. They are undeniably real.
Jeffrey Rivers (2 months ago)
It's a gravity well not a blackhole!
IanVelesGDツ (2 months ago)
Not as big as my love for her
Lukas I.V Staline (2 months ago)
Underrated channel. Seriously!
Ha Peenes (2 months ago)
how about removing black hole from the center of a galaxy? I thought that would be pretty cool.
Bread King (2 months ago)
Not anymore. SDSS J140821.67+025733.2 is bigger
TG Shen (2 months ago)
Someone placed in there.
FatFluffyKitty (2 months ago)
If you placed ton 618 in our solar system.... You would die.
Mr.Irish (2 months ago)
Interesting to say the least
Yoshi (3 months ago)
6:03 Was this a reference?
David Cardinal (3 months ago)
4.22 isnt a szwartchild radius in which an object becomes a black hole not the point of no return the event horizon is the point of no return
Bob White (3 months ago)
What software do you use for this? I'd like to play around on it..
factinator33 (3 months ago)
I would love to sit and chat with you for a few hours
Critical Thinking always (3 months ago)
Black holes are theory not fact👍
MasterChief Pro (23 days ago)
Yes your intelligence is theory not fact 👍
Ethan Viator (1 month ago)
Critical Thinking always they have been observed and we have made precise measurements using black holes. We also have observed the effects that dark matter has on the regular matter around it. We actually are certain that both of those exist so what you’re getting at is a waste of time
Ethan Viator doesnt matter either way its not a fact .... there gravity models are completely off as well ... when they looked out into the cosmos and released there orbital mechanics were off by 70% they said hey its dark matter you cant see it measure it or know it there so we werent wrong just off 😂 teacher i did my math homework but you cant see it cause its invisible 😂 where else would you get away with this stuff ... the fact remains black holes are completely theoretical never been seen or observed therefore its not a "fact"👍
Ethan Viator (1 month ago)
Critical Thinking always hey buddy. A scientific theory isn’t what you think it is. Have you ever heard of germ theory. It’s the theory that diseases are caused by microscopic organisms that can infect us and make us sick. A scientific theory is a scientific theory that is supported by loads of evidence. The word you’re thinking of is a hypothesis. A scientific law is reserved only for phenomena that are constants like gravity. I bet you felt so smug😂😂😂😂
Sandro (2 months ago)
So what holds our galaxy togheter then?
baksban74 (3 months ago)
i want to ask, when you place TONG18, does it's pull happens instantaneously for faraway stars in Universe Sandbox simulation?
CMDR unematti (3 months ago)
How would a black hole fall apart...?
riot (1 month ago)
antred11 English obviously isn’t is his first language so maybe he mixed up some words. Or he’s just spewing stuff out his mouth and you’re right lol
antred11 (2 months ago)
No, I'm with you there. The guy doesn't sound like he really knows what he's talking about, anyway.
CMDR unematti (2 months ago)
exactly my point, it matters what word you use. its evaporation, not falling apart. a nova explosion might be called falling apart, but you would never said the star evaporated. might be a pedantic view.
antred11 (2 months ago)
CMDR unematti Not at all. The only way a black hole could "fall apart" (or rather gradually evaporate) is by emitting Hawking radiation.
Imagine how big the sun had to be for this black hole to be created
Seth Ellison (3 months ago)
Biggest black hole is Trump!!
CizzuCizzu (3 months ago)
I love this game.
AxeLond (3 months ago)
Wow, hold on just a second 5:20 that sounded so extremely wrong I just had to look it up for myself and yeah there is a commonly quoted 50 billion suns theoretical limit. But it's the point when the disc of materials would in outside the roche limit and start sticking together into stars and stuff. A black hole can no longer feed matter from the disc so the primary food source is gone but it will still increase slowly by the microwave background radiation and other random objects hitting it say other black holes. You could have a 130 billion sun black hole if a 50Bsun, 45Bsun, 35Bsun all collided. A black hole can't split apart. Inside a schwarzschild radius, spacetime is curved so for particle moving a the speed of light With all the possible paths if can try to move, all of them will path lead to the singularity For Blackhole to "split" it would mean that the mass left the original singularity and joined the newly created one. and mass leaving the singularity would be impossible under Einsteins General theory of relativity.
V Britt (3 months ago)
I have no experience with Universe Sandbox, but from your experiment it looks to not take in to affect the time gravity would take to affect things. For example at 8:52 you placed that monster black hole 2 light years from our solar system and in minutes we were affected. Also all the planet orbits seem to B-Line to the black hole rather than an arcing entry I would think would be the true result as the momentum is slowed by the gravity of the black hole.
JA M (3 months ago)
What program is that for your computer. I need it in my life. I want to destroy galaxies 😂
riot (1 month ago)
JA M universe sandbox 2
Michae Thompson (3 months ago)
@0:23 what is the of that song?
Christopher Rogers (3 months ago)
Dude is incredibly intelligent...
Brentley Powell (3 months ago)
Black holes do not "absorb and turn into energy that is going to be released into some other galaxy. You do not understand where a quasar gains its energy.
sgtsnakeeyes11 (3 months ago)
the scientific name for this blackhole is "superfuckingmassiveholyshitlol"
Dublin OSullivan (3 months ago)
Pierangelo B (3 months ago)
Why a black hole should have a limit?why should fall apart?
Event Horizon (3 months ago)
why aren't the starts orbiting the black hole? If this sandbox game was realistic, it would account momentum of the stars as well
Ethan Viator (1 month ago)
Event Horizon it is a pretty realistic simulation. The speed in which the black hole is accelerating these stars it’s locking them in orbit. It’s so close and massive that the stars aren’t going anywhere near orbital velocity.
Goth Wannabe (3 months ago)
is Universe Sandbox 100% Accurate? just curious
Sandro (2 months ago)
Not 100% but it is pretty good
Nick DeHart (3 months ago)
medexamtoolsdotcom (3 months ago)
I just looked op TON 618, and apparently, its luminosity is 1 Earth mass per 15 seconds. Let that sink in for a little bit.
1969nitsuga (3 months ago)
Yes, the biggest black hole is NASA followed by CERN. 😂
Anton Eberhardt (3 months ago)
you need a new intro
Mandrak789 (2 months ago)
66 billion Solar masses, how is it even possible for black hole to grow that big? It can eat only so many stars before cleaning everything around
Sandro (2 months ago)
It probably colided with another black hole.
Kyle Sackaney (3 months ago)
Black holes....lol, y'all need some mother fucking EU.
Christopher Leeson (3 months ago)
The Quasars distance is calculated by it's 'Red Shift' . This figure is incorrect. It is much closer than the R S suggests and as a consequence is much much smaller than calculated.
Ethan Viator (1 month ago)
Christopher Leeson go tell every scientist👋🏼👋🏼👋🏼😂😂😂 you did it you cracked the codes wow you’re just unbelievable
Robert Ralph (3 months ago)
Sure it's not just the Beautiful Katamari?
Iosif Chavez (3 months ago)
>10.4 Billion LY away >In our solar system PICK ONE
Switch Back (3 months ago)
Good when traveling to space I will stay the hell away from ton lol
iFRIDAY 310 (3 months ago)
Vsauce @ 1:57

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