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What round object is formed when gas and dust are pulled together by gravity, but before nuclear fusion has begun? A. star B. nebula C. protostar D. giant molecular cloud
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The round object that is formed when gas and dust are pulled together by gravity, but before nuclear fusion has begun is a giant molecular cloud .
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The round object that is formed when gas and dust are pulled together by gravity, just before the nuclear fusion takes place is PROTOSTAR. After the nuclear fusion, it lights up as a STAR.
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The round object that is formed due to the gravity that pulls dust and gas is a PROTOSTAR. As this gravity pulls more and more dust and gas, the pressure inside increases and thus creating nuclear fusion which causes contraction of the gas until the temperature of inside reaches 15million or above. Thus, a Star is born.
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Young _____ stars would most likely be found in a giant molecular cloud. A. red B. blue C. green D. yellow
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A ball of gas becomes a _____ when nuclear fusion begins in its core. A. star B. nebula C. protostar D. white dwarf
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A ball of gas becomes a STAR when nuclear fusion begins in its core.
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A ball of gas becomes a _____ when nuclear fusion begins in its core. A. star B. nebula C. protostar D. white dwarf
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A ball of gas becomes a star when nuclear fusion begins in its core.
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Young _____ stars would most likely be found in a giant molecular cloud. A. red B. blue C. green D. yellow
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