Runaway Yellow Supergiant in the Small Magellanic Cloud

My collaborators and I have a paper in press on a runaway Yellow Supergiant star in the Small Magellanic Cloud (see here). We found a 200 solar radii star hurdling its way through space at 300,000 miles / hour! Because this is pretty cool, we issued a press release describing our discovery. I did an interview with the University of Washington and it has since been picked up by quite a few sources including I Freaking Love Science, Newsweek, Sky & Telescope, Phys.org, and EarthSky.org. I was even interviewed for a podcast!