This star formed in a strange way, through the collapse of several nebulae. In the beginning, there was 50 nebulae in the region called SG region. The nebulae eventually crashed into each other and the white dwarf stars fused. The heat made an unstable star out of the matter, which then the protons and neutrons broke apart to form hydrogen and helium. Then the gases sprayed out to release the pressure in the star, and the solar system could not form until the solar flares lost their strength. The gases froze to become solid hydrogen, which is in the cores of the planets.

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