Herschels Eagle Nebula : A now famous picture from the Hubble Space Telescope featured Pillars of Creation, star forming columns of cold gas and dust light-years long inside M16, the Eagle Nebula. This false-color composite image views the nearby stellar nursery using data from the Herschel Space Observatorys panoramic exploration of interstellar clouds along the plane of our Milky Way galaxy. Herschels far infrared detectors record the emission from the regions cold dust directly. The famous pillars are included near the center of the scene. While the central group of hot young stars is not apparent at these infrared wavelengths, the stars radiation and winds carve the shapes within the interstellar clouds. Scattered white spots are denser knots of gas and dust, clumps of material collapsing to form new stars. The Eagle Nebula is some 6,500 light-years distant, an easy target for binoculars or small telescopes in a nebula rich part of the sky toward the split constellation Serpens Cauda . via NASAjs
So, uh, for a thing I'm writing, I need to know what the fastest-spinning thing in space that could theoretically fly apart/eject matter in such a way that a solid chunk of its material reaches Earth as a meteoroid. It's very important that the meteoroid be from a thing that was spinning very fast. I know millisecond pulsars can eject matter to slow down, but I'm under the impression that would be in the form of star gas? Can you help me?