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Classical double copy at null infinity

@inproceedings{Adamo2021ClassicalDC,
  title={Classical double copy at null infinity},
  author={Tim Adamo and Uri Kol},
  year={2021}
}
We give two double copy prescriptions which construct asymptotically flat solutions in gravity from asymptotically flat gauge fields. The first prescription applies to radiative fields, which are non-linear vacuum solutions determined by characteristic data at null infinity. For any two such radiative gauge fields (linear or non-linear), the characteristic data of a radiative metric, dilaton and axion is constructed by a simple ‘squaring’ procedure, giving a classical double copy at the level… Expand

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