Because stars in clusters are born in the same location, from the same nebula, at the same time, the main underlying physical cause of their different appearances is


The answer is gravity. Due to the massive mass of the nebula cloud, the gas cloud starts collapsing on itself. Since the whole mass cannot form a single star, variations in gravitation interactions within the cloud results to formation of stars in different cloud clumps at different rates.

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