In comparison: Some gas planets can be interpreted as “failed stars” being the last puffs out of our sun.
Stellar Anchor Black Holes (SABHs) as the remnants of former Herbig Haro Objects
The newly formed stars in an open Star cluster are supposed to be formed, if the always growing central star, which is fed by local in-falling gas , becomes rotational unstable by its growing mass content.
The in-falling gas should be explained as the result of the pressure effect by the complex Local A-Symmetric Oscillating vacuum Frame (LASOF) located in between the Stellar Anchor Black Holes (SABHs).
It is assumed that the rotational instability of the growing central star will originate the splitting of the star into two smaller stars, one star will remain at the center and the other (less metal rich) star is supposed to leave the scene.
Extra support: the star is receding from the sun with a speed of 22.4 Km/s
So perhaps we could focus on our closest star system: Alpha Centauri AB at 4.2 Light year distance, but this is a binary or double star system!!!
That could mean that our sun EXPELLED TWO STAR at (nearly) the same time in a symmetrical way!! Can we find examples of that? Yes:
Q-FFF theory states:
The big bang was a splitting of a central big crunch black hole. So early galaxies should be companioned by two black holes.
Around these black holes there will originate new small galaxies like globular star clusters.: