# An exact solution for uniformly accelerated particles in general relativity

@article{Bonnor1964AnES, title={An exact solution for uniformly accelerated particles in general relativity}, author={W. Bonnor and N. S. Swaminarayan}, journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Physik}, year={1964}, volume={177}, pages={240-256} }

We present an exact solution of the Einstein empty-space equations referring to four particles in relative motion. The particles move with different uniform accelerations relative to a co-ordinate system which is Minkowskian at infinity, except in certain directions. If positive and negative masses are allowed, the particles can move freely under their own gravitation; if all four masses are positive, stresses extending to infinity are needed to cause the motion, but two of the particles can… Expand

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