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Which of these is NOT typical of a condensing protostar?

A.magnetic fields producing polar flows
B.dusty disks around their equators
C.Herbig-Haro objects projecting a light year out in space
D.fusion of helium into carbon in their cores
E.more infrared than visible light given off from the cocoon of dust around the star


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