Einstein-Proca Model, Micro Black Holes, and Naked Singularities

@article{Vuille2002EinsteinProcaMM,
  title={Einstein-Proca Model, Micro Black Holes, and Naked Singularities},
  author={Chris Vuille and James R. Ipser and J. B. Gallagher},
  journal={General Relativity and Gravitation},
  year={2002},
  volume={34},
  pages={689-696}
}
The Einstein-Proca equations, describing a spin-1 massive vector field in general relativity, are studied in the static spherically-symmetric case. The Proca field equation is a highly nonlinear wave equation, but can be solved to good accuracy in perturbation theory, which should be very accurate for a wide range of mass scales. The resulting first order metric reduces to the Reissner-Nordström solution in the limit as the range parameter μ goes to zero. The additional terms in the g00 metric… 

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