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What is the first step in the formation of a protostar?

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What is the first step in the formation of a protostar?

A conservation of angular momentum causes galactic material to make a disk

B gravity causes planetesimals to begin to accumulate

C gravity causes a cloud of gas and dust to being to contract

D nuclear fusion heats material and causes it to glow
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