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Stars appear to regulate their own masses during formation

Astrophysicists may have discovered that stars set their own mass during star formation. 

The revelation may finally solve the mystery of why stars that are born in radically different conditions across the universe throughout billions of years come to have similar masses, despite the fact the opposite should be true. This puzzle is one that has confounded scientists for decades.

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