How do galaxies differ from stars, if both are considered as gravitationally bound systems of particles?

Frequent collisions of matter particles occur in stars, therefore the state of their matter must be described by the equations of gas dynamics. Galaxies are gravitationally bound systems of collisionless particles – stars.

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