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When a new start forms from a nebula where does the hydrogen come from as it will have be fused in the previous sequence?

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A familiar example of such as a dust cloud is the Orion Nebula. ... are providing new insight into the ... has fused all the hydrogen in ...
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The correct answers are written in bold, ... forms a planetary nebula. ... the maximum mass a main sequence star can have and still end its
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... the future of an expanding universe was studied ... form new stars colliding ... medium until they have enough mass to start hydrogen ...
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... Rudolf Minkowski discovered that some spectra contain hydrogen ... does not. Type Ib supernovae have ... stars have formed in the previous 10 ...
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PHYAST 104 Study Guide (2012-13 Godfrey) ... How do we think that a star system such as this might have come to exist? ... main-sequence, planetary nebula, ...
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7.2 Main sequence; 7.3 After core hydrogen exhaustion; ... The Sun does not have enough mass to explode as a ... ^ "NASA Satellites Capture Start of New ...
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