|Title||News from Wide-Field High Spatial Resolution Studies of Extragalactic Globular Clusters|
The past decades have greatly advanced our understanding of globular cluster systems through the study of nearby galaxies and galaxy clusters. In most cases, either wide-field observations with ground-based telescopes or single-pointing observations with the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) were used. I will report on recent results from our wide-field observing campaign covering a large area around NGC 1399 using the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) onboard HST. The high spatial resolution of HST/ACS, in combination with rich spectroscopic and X-ray observations, give us a unique new perspective on how globular clusters have formed and evolved in one of the richest globular cluster systems in the nearby Universe.