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Cosmic Refrigerators: Unveiling the Role of Molecular Clouds in Star Formation

Author(s): Milan Ellis

 Molecular clouds, vast and cold reservoirs of gas and dust, serve as the cosmic refrigerators nurturing the birth of stars throughout the universe. These dense and enigmatic structures provide the ideal environment for gravity to sculpt new stellar nurseries, where the seeds of stars are born amidst intricate interstellar chemistry. In this article, we embark on a journey through the realm of molecular clouds, exploring their formation, dynamics, and the pivotal role they play in the complex process of star formation. By unraveling the mysteries of cosmic refrigerators, we gain deeper insights into the origins of stars and the evolution of galaxies across cosmic epochs. 

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