Birth of a Star
Stars form inside molecular clouds, often in groups of several tens of stars. It is unfortunate that star birth happens in these cloudy cocoons, because they make it difficult for us to watch what is happening. In particular we cannot tell how easy it is for planets to form around new stars.
For information on the nearest star to us, .
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