If you think about why Stellar Question and Nice Answer are awarded, you don't need to track them per user--they are implicitly tracked on every post. Each question knows how many favorites it has. Every answer knows how many upvotes it has. That is the tracking.
When a question hits 100 favorites, that triggers the Stellar Question badge to be awarded--to the person to posted the question.
To watch your progress on these types of badges, look at your questions where this is implicitly tracked on every question.
Why not track it the same way?
Think about the badges with progress meters. They are tracking a simple count of events per user. The logic is a straightforward tally.
To track Nice Answer, would there be a progress meter for every answer? (This would get busy if you answer many questions)
One that tracks your top answer? (The answer being tracked could change over time, as you create new answers.)
Should it track the next award? (now you need to get the max of the counts, but exclude answers that already have the badge tied to it.)
Ultimately, tracking these badges that are awarded multiple times requires different logic (both a different way of counting and a different way of displaying).
That logic simply doesn't exist. The first question is should those badges have per-user progress meters. Then, you would need to determine the "best" way to count and display the badges.
Until then, these badges can't be tracked using the current progress meter implemention