Most Massive Star and the Tarantula Nebula | Hubble Images 4K | Episode 5

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The Top 100 Hubble Pictures Series. Today we are travelling to the Tarantula Nebula or 30 Doradus in the Large Magellanic Cloud. This is the biggest HII nebula in the local cluster of galaxies, and there is a lot of interesting things to see, including the most massive star, the brightest star, and the fastest rotating star. We also look at SN1987a, a supernova remnant.

On the ESA/NASA website for the Hubble Space Telescope http://www.spacetelescope.org/ there is a section dedicated to the top 100 pictures ever taken by Hubble. I will go through these pictures one by one and explain what is going on.

This is Episode 5, for Episode 1 please click here https://goo.gl/BnHNlh

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Eric Mejia says:

Astrum please make more videos!

Carolyn Clark says:

great job Alex! subscribed after watching one video:)

Schiwi M says:

We can only see a Screenshot of the Universe, i wonder how the Movie would look like

marD laX says:

Thanks for the brief explanation

Andre Foy says:

"He (God) made the stars also" Genesis 1:16

Monica Wallis says:

DUDE!!! AMAZING VIDEOS! I JUST SUBED YESTERDAY & I'M HOOKED! ABSOLUTELY STUNNING VISUALS & COMMENTARY IS TOP NOTCH!!! THANKS FOR THE SERIES!

Rus Clay says:

It's been almost a year from the last 1 what the heck.

Austin Smith says:

Its all plasma, the defining factor being the free flow of charged particles. Surely you can see the electrical nature of these observations?? This insistence on mechanical forces only is goofy. Pulsars are ya know pulsating as stupendous amounts of plasma is want to do when its unstable and discharging(think lightning or arcing on utility lines)

veronicats100 says:

What's with the 15 thumbs down? SMH

Michael Birch says:

Fascinating stuff, Alex. Many thanks for all the work you put into these videos.

Wolf Berzerker says:

Great video.

Aurelien Pyrat says:

I can't believe this video has only 27K views it was amazing

Shaggy2222 says:

Fuck me, space is actually mental

Wuu Jayy says:

I hope you would release more episodes from this series, really love your channel and your videos.

fernysyoutube says:

Great video

James French says:

What can I say? FANTASTIC!!

Pyro Technik says:

So exited for the James Webb telescope it will make these images seem like elementary school drawings

onefugowie says:

you know…the crazy thing is your seeing what is over millions of years ago  its not there now// or is it//

Hustling Days says:

I love your channel man you deserve a million subs.

oriol artigas says:

This is by far one of the best astronomy youtube channels. You should have millions of followers, me myself just discovered it like 1 week ago, i dont know why i didnt see it before! Anyway, keep it up sir! Im loving it!

TABOOVSKNOWLEDGE says:

NICE WORK ASTRUM

TheLazy0ne says:

MA-GE-LA-NIC !!!

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