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According to the nebular hypothesis, our solar system formed from a huge rotating cloud made mostly of A. carbon and hydrogen. B. helium and hydrogen. C. oxygen and helium. D. nitrogen and oxygen.
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User: According to the nebular hypothesis, our solar system formed from a huge rotating cloud made mostly of A. carbon and hydrogen. B. helium and hydrogen. C. oxygen and helium. D. nitrogen and oxygen.

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According to the nebular hypothesis, our solar system formed from a huge rotating cloud made mostly of Helium and hydrogen.
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