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Published on Feb 16, 2009
Since the 1930s astrophysicists have assumed that the million-degree-temperatures necessary to ignite stars would be produced during star formational from the gravitational collapse of dust and gas. But there are problems, serious problems. The mistake, made in the 1930s and built upon since then, was revealed in a scientific article published in the scientific literature in 1994. This is the story of stellar ignition.