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Any Object Will Collapse Under Its Own Weight Unless Something

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Any object will collapse under its own weight unless something stops it. In an ordinary star like the Sun, this collapse is prevented by

A) turbulence and upwelling in the atmosphere of the star.
B) the rotation of the star, generating centrifugal force.
C) gas pressure inside the star.
D) the star's solid core.

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