Astronomers say that stars are born in huge dense clouds of gas. The dense regions collapse and form protostars. Once a star gets enough in it core to burn hydrogen to helium it will become a regular star.
How are stars born? What does it take to create one? How many different kinds are there? Not all stars are the same as our sun and many will not share the same life and death pattern, but the basics of how they came to be is relatively simple. read more
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