Deflection of light by black holes and massless wormholes in massive gravity

  title={Deflection of light by black holes and massless wormholes in massive gravity},
  author={Kimet Jusufi and Nayan Sarkar and Farook Rahaman and Ayan Banerjee and Sudan Hansraj},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
Weak gravitational lensing by black holes and wormholes in the context of massive gravity (Bebronne and Tinyakov, JHEP 0904:100, 2009) theory is studied. The particular solution examined is characterized by two integration constants, the mass M and an extra parameter S namely ‘scalar charge’. These black hole reduce to the standard Schwarzschild black hole solutions when the scalar charge is zero and the mass is positive. In addition, a parameter $$\lambda $$λ in the metric characterizes so… 
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