Who’s the daddy? Stars or filaments?

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An image at radio wavelengths of a young stellar quadruplet. Astronomers have discovered four distinct gas condensations in a clumpy, filamentary gas cloud (white) surrounded by dust (blue). The locations of the condensations in this image are marked with black and red dots. The four condensations are destined to form a bound multiple star system, and one of them (the red dot) has already turned on as a protostar. Credit: Nature; Pineda Source: http://phys.org/news/2015-02-quadruplets-stellar-womb.html

Very interesting discovery in the Barnard 5 (B5) region of space where they have found 4 clumps, concentrations, pinches of gas (plasma?) along gas filaments.

Are the plasma, gas filaments the power supply for these proto stars? The actual reason why the proto stars are there?

Or are the filaments there because the plasma, electromagnetic stars are there and need to be powered?

they discovered that filaments of gas in B5 are fragmenting, and the fragments are beginning to form into additional stars that will become a multiple-star system.

"This provides fantastic evidence that fragmentation of gas filaments is a process that can produce multiple-star systems,"
Astronomers catch multiple-star system in first stages of formation

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Using radio wavelength observations of dense molecular gas, ammonia in particular, the team discovered that around this protostar are several filamentary gas structures in which they detected three other condensations.
Quadruplets in a stellar womb

 

 

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