How stars are born BY: kira and grace

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in this book we learned that stars first started as vast clouds of gas and dust called a nebula. Over millions of years the gas and dust form together and start to heat up and then a star is born.

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we learned that stars begin as vast clouds of hydrogen and heliem left over from the big bang and that was a huge explosion in space.

In this video we learned that stars first started as vast clouds of molecular hydrogen and helium left over from the big bang. The big bang was the model for what they thought was the universe. It was also a big explosion in space.

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