Why can stars only form from very massive gas and dust complexes?

In a gas-dust nebula with a mass of about 1 MC and less, stars cannot form, since the gravitational contraction of the nebula at a certain stage stops due to the arising gas pressure forces and thermonuclear reactions cannot begin due to low temperatures.

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