this is a little comic on how stars are formed!
Formation of a star
clouds of gas and dust are distributed by the gravity of a near by phenomenom.
The disturbance causes clumps to form and draw gas inwards
The collapsing clump begins to rotate and flatten into a disk of gas and dust
The disk rotates faster and faster, pulling more material inwards creating a hot, dense core, called a protostar
After millions of years a bipolar flow erupts from a protostar and blasts away remaining gas and dust.
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