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Uniqueness Theorem for 5-Dimensional Black Holes with Two Axial Killing Fields
We show that two stationary, asymptotically flat vacuum black holes in 5 dimensions with two commuting axial symmetries are identical if and only if their masses, angular momenta, and their “intervalExpand
A Uniqueness Theorem for Stationary Kaluza-Klein Black Holes
We prove a uniqueness theorem for stationary D-dimensional Kaluza-Klein black holes with D − 2 Killing fields, generating the symmetry group $${{\mathbb R}\times U(1)^{D-3}}$$. It is shown that theExpand
New Gauss-Bonnet Black Holes with Curvature-Induced Scalarization in Extended Scalar-Tensor Theories.
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It is shown that in the mentioned class of ESTGB theories there exist new black-hole solutions that are formed by spontaneous scalarization of the Schwarzschild black holes in the extreme curvature regime. Expand
Slowly rotating neutron stars in scalar-tensor theories with a massive scalar field
In the scalar-tensor theories with a massive scalar field the coupling constants, and the coupling functions in general, which are observationally allowed, can differ significantly from those in theExpand
BREAKDOWN OF I-LOVE-Q UNIVERSALITY IN RAPIDLY ROTATING RELATIVISTIC STARS
It was shown recently that normalized relations between the moment of inertia (I), the quadrupole moment (Q), and the tidal deformability (Love number) exist and for slowly rotating neutron starsExpand
A uniqueness theorem for five-dimensional Einstein Maxwell black holes
In a previous paper (Hollands and Yazadjiev 2007 Preprint 0707.2775) we showed that stationary asymptotically flat vacuum black hole solutions in five dimensions with two commuting axial KillingExpand
Magnetized black holes and black rings in the higher dimensional dilaton gravity
In this paper we consider magnetized black holes and black rings in the higher dimensional dilaton gravity. Our study is based on exact solutions generated by applying a Harrison transformation toExpand
Shadow of a rotating traversable wormhole
We explore the shadow of a certain class of rotating traversable wormholes within classical general relativity. The images depend on the angular momentum of the wormhole and the inclination angle ofExpand
Rapidly rotating neutron stars in scalar-tensor theories of gravity
We present the field equations governing the equilibrium of rapidly rotating neutron stars in scalar-tensor theories of gravity, as well as representative numerical solutions. The conditions for theExpand
Nonradial oscillations of anisotropic neutron stars in the Cowling approximation
One of the most common assumptions in the study of neutron star models and their oscillations is that the pressure is isotopic, however there are arguments that this may not be correct. Thus in theExpand
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