Detailed Chemical Composition and Orbit of the Newly Discovered Globular Cluster FSR 1758: Implications for the Accretion of the Sequoia Dwarf Galaxy onto the Milky Way Based on observations carried out at the Magellan/Clay telescope under program CN2018B-71.

Sandro Villanova, Lorenzo Monaco, Doug Geisler, Julia O'Connell, Dante Minniti, Paulina Assmann, Rodolfo Barbá

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