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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 22, 2002 03:41:50 UTC

Taken from that link:

"A great cloud of gas and dust (called a nebula) begins to collapse because the gravitational forces that would like to collapse it overcome the forces associated with gas pressure that would like to expand it (the initial collapse might be triggered by a variety of perturbations---a supernova blast wave..."

A supernova blast wave? So, to make a star, you have to have a star? Hmm..........somethings wrong there!

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