Does a detached thread keep its captured shared_ptr alive?

If I have a shared_ptr that I copy into a std::thread, detach the thread, and then I destroy all other copies of the shared_ptr, can I expect the detached thread to continue to have a live copy of the shared_ptr?
For example if I have:

    std::shared_ptr<Foo> my_foo = std::make_shared<Foo>();
    std::thread soon_detached([my_foo = my_foo]() {my_foo->bar()});

Can I trust that bar() is "safe" to call in that situation (in that it won’t try to call bar on a Foo that’s being destructed/is destructed even if the initial copy of my_foo is long out of scope?

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