This story shouldn't be a surprise to any of you who are astronomy junkies, or anyone who's read the classic Larry Niven short story "Neutron Star," but check this out: the news headline reads "Neutron Star Crust is Stronger than Steel." Considering that neutron stars are just one step short of black holes in density, this is what you'd expect.
But if you read the story, you'll see this:
10 billion times stronger than steel! The headline doesn't exactly convey the scale of how much stronger neutron star crust is than steel, does it?