Formalism for testing theories of gravity using lensing by compact objects. III. Braneworld gravity

@article{Keeton2006FormalismFT,
  title={Formalism for testing theories of gravity using lensing by compact objects. III. Braneworld gravity},
  author={Charles R. Keeton and Arlie O. Petters},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2006},
  volume={73},
  pages={104032}
}
Braneworld gravity is a model that endows physical space with an extra dimension. In the type II Randall-Sundrum braneworld gravity model, the extra dimension modifies the spacetime geometry around black holes, and changes predictions for the formation and survival of primordial black holes. We develop a comprehensive analytical formalism for far-field black hole lensing in this model, using invariant quantities to compute all the geometric optics lensing observables: bending angle, image… 
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