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A nebula, or swirling cloud of interstellar dust and gases, is seen. What happens next in the star formation process? Atoms begin to gravitate together to form a center. Small regions of this
immense cloud begin to condense. A region collapses under the force of its own gravity. Nuclear fusion begins.
Star formation is a complex process, which always produces a gaseous protoplanetary disk around the young star. Weegy
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User: A nebula, or swirling cloud of interstellar dust and gases, is seen. What happens next in the star formation process? Atoms begin to gravitate together to form a center. Small regions of this immense cloud begin to condense. A region collapses under the force of its own gravity. Nuclear fusion begins.

Weegy: Star formation is a complex process, which always produces a gaseous protoplanetary disk around the young star. Weegy
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Weegy: Relatively thin life-supporting stratum of the earth's surface ... Note just how much greater the amount of mass is in the air ... exposes the ground .
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User: Earth's geochemical cycles remove and add materials, such as water and rock. The three main, interconnected geochemical cycles of earth are _____. water, rock, and tectonic cycles water, rock, and carbon cycles water, tectonic, and nitrogen cycles rock, tectonic, and volcanic cycles

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