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Is there a natural process by which hydrogen is generated from heavier elements in the cosmos?
we know that stars fuse hydrogen into helium starting at 3 MK; 13 MK in the Sun's core; carbon fusion starts at above 500 million K, and silicon fusion starts at over 2700 million K for comparison; ...
Oct 30 '13 at 10:03
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