Is there a limit of baryonic masses $M_{B}$ ($M_{B}=M_{\star}+M_{g}$), beyond which a spiral galaxy is no longer rotationally supported? Like for example: Could spiral galaxies of baryonic masses $M_{B}>10^{12} M_{\odot}$ be stable? Why?


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