Stellar density doesn't change in IC 1101

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Stellar density doesn't change in IC 1101

Postby kevinmanuel » Fri Apr 20, 2018 1:41 am

Hi,

I was just wondering what's going on with the stellar density in the center of the largest galaxy, IC 1101? As a comparison, if you go to the core of the Milky Way, there are about 450 stars within a 10ly radius sphere around you (not including the Kern in the center - measured using the search function, set to 10ly). I would have expected that the very core of the largest galaxy in the game would have a mad density of stars, somewhere over 10,000 in the same volume, but it's much much much more sparse there. There's less than 3 stars in every 10ly radius sphere!
And it's not because it is elliptical - go to another elliptical galaxy and you'll find 700 stars in that volume in the core. I would very much like to know why it is like that.
In fact, to be precise, the stellar density seems to be completely uniform throughout the entire galaxy. I assume this is because it is a non-procedural galaxy.
Does anyone know how to make a mod that would make this more realistic?

Any help will be apprecited.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:
http://forum.spaceengine.org/viewtopic.php?t=217
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Thank you.

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