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    For one of my school exercises, i have got to know what interstellar matter is made up of. And whether interstellar matter plays a role in the evolution of the universe, and if so; What role does it play?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markje View Post
    Hi,

    For one of my school exercises, i have got to know what interstellar matter is made up of. And whether interstellar matter plays a role in the evolution of the universe, and if so; What role does it play?

    I thank you in advance,
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    come on mark.... this is a common sense question.... interstellar matter.... its everything, its all around us.... wow it even is us

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    most common element in space, hydrogen. that is a start
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