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What makes the subject of star formation so difficult and complex
A It is so slow that no visible proof of of it exists
B Star formation is too expensive to study in detail
C Stars live too long to be observed from birth to death
D Clouds, fragments, protostars, stars, and nebulae all interact and influence each other
E Shock waves disrupt the orderly evolution of stars

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  1. D Clouds, fragments, protostars, stars, and nebulae all interact and influence each other

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