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RA and Dec must be in radians, Dist in parsecs. xyz coordinates in SE are in Equatorial system (you may toggle the equatorial coordinate grid to see that).
Sorry but I don't know for find xyz with the equatorial coordinate grid :
And if I use the AbsPosition (in save-user.cfg), I have this error : ValueError: math domain error.
And with Proxima to convert RA, Dec and Dist to XYZ, I have this values :
X = -0.36132180795670715 m
Y = -1.1503733386385426 m
Z = -0.47175350706635627 m
Thanks in advance for help
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Regarding to you question, you can't place a black hole in the exact center of the galaxy using RA/Dec/Dist, because coordinates are stored in fp32 format internally. This mean that they has only 8-9 digits precision. You may type many digits in the script (like RA 3.4681313548866251), but only 8-9 first digits will be used.Hexadecimal format has a 3-millimeter precision across the entire Universe, but it is used only for camera.
, I would have tried, I hope it will be corrected in the next version.