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Cham wrote:I'm still waiting Fridger's response, about the function used to define the galactic arms (galactic templates)...
Cham wrote:I need a list of all spiral galaxies within 10 millions LY ! Someone ?
t00fri wrote:On average, logarithmic spirals are of course the simplest mathematical approximation for the shape of the arms.
t00fri wrote:My galaxy database (galaxies.dsc) in the Celestia distribution comprises ALL galaxies (including dwarfs) within the Local Group volume V <~ (10 Mpc)^3. That should do, right?
Cham wrote:Fridger, you didn't responded to my pm yet ?
t00fri wrote:Cham wrote:Fridger, you didn't responded to my pm yet ?
Didn't arrive here. Typo?
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Spaceman wrote:It is possible to use the new star generator for our galaxy as well?
Reiko wrote:When is new star generator to be available?
Cham wrote:Spaceman wrote:It is possible to use the new star generator for our galaxy as well?
Of course. However, I don't want to build a stellar distribution for our Milky Way, to not interfere with the realistic stars there. Maybe for the unknown "quadran" behind the MW's galactic core, one of these days, but I think there's enough stars available in other galaxies (M31, M33, NGC 404, ...). See this topic :
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