It's the first time a rogue planet has been discovered from its radio emissions and points to a promising new method for exoplanet discovery.
The distant radio flashes of FRBs are yet to be fully explained.
The chunk of icy debris produces up to 500 bottles worth of ethyl alcohol per day.
The Milky Way, it turns out, is part of the absolutely massive Laniakea supercluster.
Star death isn't a bad way to go.
'Beyond the Visible: The Story of the Very Large Array.'