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    Default star forming clouds



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    Default Re: star forming clouds

    Now this is an interesting read and super Nova's seem to play a big part in just what happens to the Star Forming Clouds. Compressing the gas on one hand and stripping it away on the other.
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    Default Re: star forming clouds

    Did you run the video? It's very instructive.
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    Default Re: star forming clouds

    Thanks for the link and the video not_Fritz! Pretty fascinating.
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