why do stars tend to form in groups
The smaller occurs when a star goes nova and sends out an energy wave that carries away lighter gasses and dust. This may reduce star formation by removing material that would have been drawn together during star formation. The larger shock waves result when galaxies collide. As a result of the interacting massive centers of gravity, there are created differences in acceleration and momentum between the two combining masses.
Some stars are orbiting their galactic center more in alignment with the other galactic center than other stars. This extra coincidence gives them a higher absolute speed than the others. The sheer line between areas moving together at different speeds produces a higher concentration of gasses and dust than would otherwise be the case.
These areas come alive with millions or billions of new star formations.
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