With info from daily.co.uk
(Amazing Video below)
NASA has found that 4,500 light-years away in the constellation of Cygnus, there lurk 65 of the hottest and brightest stars known to man
(at right of image above) and they are blasting harsh winds at a poor young Protostar’s growth.
The result is the sculpted elongation of the gas and dust of the Protostar’s otherwise circular shape.
Protostars in Cygnus usually become young stars with final masses about one to ten times that of our sun. If the eroding radiation from the nearby bright stars destroys the gas envelope before a protostar finishes collecting mass, its final mass could be cut.