1. Something Strange Punched a Hole in the Milky Way. But What Exactly Is It?  Live Science
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There is no correspondence between the composition of the "new" star and its neighbors in the Milky Way.There is no correspondence between the composition of the "new" star and its neighbors in the Milky Way.

A strange star was found in the Milky Way and it's not from our galaxy - Business Insider

Take light-year leaps across our Milky Way galaxy in search of distant exoplanets.Take light-year leaps across our Milky Way galaxy in search of distant exoplanets.

Our Milky Way Galaxy: How Big is Space? – Exoplanet Exploration: Planets Beyond our Solar System

Scientists weighed all the mass in the Milky Way galaxy. It’s mind-boggling.The Milky Way has a mass of 1.5 trillion suns. We have no idea what most of it is made of.

The Milky Way has a mass of 1.5 trillion suns. Most of it is mysterious dark matter. - Vox

“I also believe there's exactly 0% chance this happens but I'd be interested to see what happens if a GM passes on Zion at No. 1. Like, it can't just be a firing, right? Banishment to Pluto? Maybe outside the Milky Way galaxy? I'm interested in the possibilities.”

Saad Yousuf on Twitter: "I also believe there's exactly 0% chance this happens but I'd be interested to see what happens if a GM passes on Zion at No. 1. Like, it can't just be a firing, right? Banishment to Pluto? Maybe outside the Milky Way galaxy? I'm interested in the possibilities."

“The star's unusual chemistry is unlike that of all known stars in the Milky Way and instead has more in common with stars in nearby dwarf galaxies, new research reveals. https://t.co/W5r5eopLVe”

Shelly Palmer on Twitter: "The star's unusual chemistry is unlike that of all known stars in the Milky Way and instead has more in common with stars in nearby dwarf galaxies, new research reveals. https://t.co/W5r5eopLVe"