CAPOS: The bulge Cluster APOgee Survey

@inproceedings{RomeroColmenares2021CAPOSTB,
  title={CAPOS: The bulge Cluster APOgee Survey},
  author={Mar'ia Romero-Colmenares and Jos'e G. Fern'andez-Trincado and Douglas Geisler and Stefano O. Souza and Sandro Villanova and Pen'elope Longa-Pena Dante Minniti and Timothy C. Beers and Cristian Moni Bidin and Angeles P'erez-Villegas and Edmundo Moreno and Elisa R. Garro and Ian Baeza and Lady Henao and Beatriz Barbuy and Javier Alonso-Garc'ia and Roger E. Cohen and Richard R. Lane and C Mu{\~n}oz},
  year={2021}
}
We present results from a study of fifteen red giant members of the intermediate-metallicity globular cluster (GC) FSR 1758 using high-resolution near-infrared spectra collected with the Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment II survey (APOGEE-2), obtained as part of CAPOS (the bulge Cluster APOgee Survey). Since its very recent discovery as a massive GC in the bulge region, evoking the name Sequoia, this has been an intriguing object with a highly debated origin, and initially… Expand

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