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Star cluster

Post #1by Daly » 28.11.2020, 04:36

Veran was trying to generate a comulus with the Gaia data, the special telecope, this is my result, I would like to do it with most of the globular comuli, although there are things that celestia sends error m2 has approx 15000 stars, there is also a star that does not belong to the common but they are overshadowing it.

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Here is the file so that you can see it and enjoy it if I do not stay very round it can be improved.
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Post #2by Art Blos » 28.11.2020, 05:38

Wow! Did I correctly understand that all presented 15 thousand stars are not fictitious? :eek:
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Post #3by Dalibor » 28.11.2020, 14:56

Yes https://stellarium-web.org/
you can search m2 and damage any star
ej Gaia DR2 2686847225879172352 y look for it like GDR2 2686847225879172352
Gaia DR2 2686847157159654144 GDR2 2686847157159654144
Gaia DR2 2686840938042759040 GDR2 2686840938042759040


it is the same location

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Post #4by Dalibor » 28.11.2020, 15:02

yes https://stellarium-web.org/
you search m2 you select any star
ej Gaia DR2 2686847157159585280 you serch in celestia GDR2 2686847157159585280
Gaia DR2 2686847157159583232 GDR2 2686847157159583232
Gaia DR2 2686847225879068160 GDR2 2686847225879068160


they are in the same coordinate

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Here is M3 with more than 30,000 real stars
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Post #5by Art Blos » 28.11.2020, 19:39

How soon is it planned to fill stars all globular clusters? :smile: :smile: :smile:
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Post #6by Art Blos » 11.12.2020, 09:05

Daly < Will you continue? :pray:
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Post #7by Dalibor » 20.12.2020, 19:50

Well here I have 4 comuli, now I can make them round although I have problems with the sampling radius well that is my progress
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Post #8by Goofy » 20.12.2020, 21:36

Hi Dalibor.
I really love your work, these globulars are the best I have ever seen in Celestia.
Just a little doubt: in my opinion, the first two images are too much round shaped, I mean the external distribution in not decreasing in the right way, so these clusters are too much like a "ball filled of stars".
On the contrary, third and forth images shape is, my opinion, "perfect", giving the idea to look at a real image of a real globular cluster.
Am I wrong?
Anyway, very well done, appreciated and already installed in my Celestia.

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Post #9by ttcz » 22.12.2020, 09:50

i was on the celestia motherlode. It is working !!! :smile:

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Post #10by Art Blos » 22.12.2020, 10:46

ttcz wrote:i was on the celestia motherlode. It is working !!!
I confirm. Who I can thank? :smile:

Dalibor wrote:Well here I have 4 comuli, now I can make them round although I have problems with the sampling radius well that is my progress
Keep going! Improve the shape of the clusters and we will include everything in the next release. :wink:
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Post #11by trappistplanets » 22.12.2020, 16:31

OH GOD THAT IS A TON OF STARS!!!!
that looks so realistic!

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how did you make those
i want to make some for minmus's WW or
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Post #12by fyr02 » 22.12.2020, 18:50

I don't plan on putting any globular clusters in CelWP - other users may do so.
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Post #13by novaterra » 22.12.2020, 19:21

ttcz wrote:i was on the celestia motherlode. It is working !!! :smile:

No comment, just a little oversight. :eek:
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Post #14by Daly » 04.01.2021, 19:52

I STILL HAVE PROBLEMS WITH THE GEOMETRY OF THE COMBINE BUT HERE ARE 3 MORE EXAMPLES
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Post #15by trappistplanets » 05.01.2021, 12:48

thats one faint cluster compared to m2 and m3

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Post #16by Gurren Lagann » 05.01.2021, 13:44

When will you tackle the big ones? Like Omega Centarui and 47/Xi Tucanae?
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Post #17by trappistplanets » 05.01.2021, 14:35

and is there any way you can make them so when you look at them from they don't appear as star cylinders?
m2 and m3 does that to me

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Post #18by Art Blos » 12.01.2021, 09:44

"Houston, we have a problem". :toothless:
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Post #19by trappistplanets » 12.01.2021, 13:41

Art Blos wrote:"Houston, we have a problem".

blame gaia for that

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Post #20by Gurren Lagann » 12.01.2021, 14:23

Art Blos wrote:"Houston, we have a problem".
I think i figured out how Daly does his/her queries, and it looks like he uses a Gaia Archive query on a circle around the cluster.
I also added parallax filters to prevent sausage cluster issues into my queries.

Maybe I should add some addons to this thread myself...
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