Most of the globular clusters in the main body of the Galactic halo were formed almost simultaneously. However, globular cluster formation in dwarf spheroidal galaxies appears to have extended over a significant fraction of a Hubble time. This suggests that the factors which suppressed late-time formation of globulars in the main body of the Galactic halo were not operative in dwarf spheroidal galaxies. Possibly the presence of significant numbers of ``young'' globulars at RGC>15 kps can be accounted for by the assumption that many of these objects were formed in Sagittarius-like (but not Fornax-like) dwarf spheroidal galaxies, that were subsequently destroyed by Galactic tidal forces. It would be of interest to search for low-luminosity remnants of parental dwarf spheroidals around the ``young'' globulars Eridanus, Palomar 1, 3, and 14. Furthermore, multicolor photometry could be used to search for the remnants of the superassociations, within which outer halo globular clusters originally formed. Such envelopes are expected to have been tidally stripped from globulars in the inner halo.
Galaxies: Dwarf - Galaxy: Globular Clusters: General
p. 779 : ESO 121-SC02 misprint for 121-SC03