Discovery of new globular clusters in the Sagittarius dwarf galaxy

@inproceedings{Minniti2021DiscoveryON,
  title={Discovery of new globular clusters in the Sagittarius dwarf galaxy},
  author={D. Minniti and V. Ripepi and J. Fern'andez-Trincado and J. Alonso-Garc'ia and L. Smith and P. Lucas and M. G'omez and J. Pullen and E. R. Garro and F. V. C'adiz and M. Hempel and M. Rejkuba and R. Saito and T. Palma and J. Clari'a and M. Gregg and D. Majaess},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Globular clusters (GCs) are witnesses of the past accretion events onto the Milky Way (MW). In particular, the GCs of the Sagittarius (Sgr) dwarf galaxy are important probes of an on-going merger. Aims. Our main goal is to search for new GC members of this dwarf galaxy using the VISTA Variables in the Via Lactea Extended Survey (VVVX) near-infrared database combined with the Gaia Early Data Release 3 (EDR3) optical database. Methods. We investigated all VVVX-enabled discoveries of GC… Expand

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