On compact super-massive objects without event horizon

L. Verozub

Kharkov National University - Kharkov, Ukraine

Paper: Il Nouvo Cimento, accepted

EPrint Server: arXiv:0806.3744


This paper aims to show a possibility of the existence of super-massive compact objects with radii less than the Schwarzschild ones, which is one of the principal consequences of the author's geodesic-invariant gravitation equations. [Ann. Phys. (Berlin) , v. 17, p. 28 (2008)]. The physical interpretation of solutions of the equations is based on the conclusion that only an aggregate "space-time geometry + used reference frame" has a physical sense.

Preprints available from the authors at l.verozub@googlemail.com , or the raw TeX (no figures) if you click here.

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