Dragonfly 44 is also accompanied by a large population of globular clusters. Images of Dragonfly 44 show a population of approximately 100 globular clusters. These globular clusters are distributed in a halo around Dragonfly 44. Based on the distribution of globular clusters, the total mass enclosed within the halo of Dragonfly 44 is estimated to be roughly one trillion times the mass of the Sun, making Dragonfly 44 similar in mass to the Milky Way. Even though Dragonfly 44 is similar in mass to the Milky Way, its abundance of stars is ~100 times less than the Milky Way. The night sky from a hypothetical planet in Dragonfly 44 would appear much emptier of stars.
van Dokkum et al. (2016), "A High Stellar Velocity Dispersion and ~100 Globular Clusters for the Ultra Diffuse Galaxy Dragonfly 44", arXiv:1606.06291 [astro-ph.GA]