Geodesics of the hyperbolically symmetric black hole

@article{Herrera2020GeodesicsOT,
  title={Geodesics of the hyperbolically symmetric black hole},
  author={Luis Herrera and Alicia Di Prisco and J. Ospino and Louis Witten},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2020}
}
We carry out a systematic study on the motion of test particles in the region inner to the horizon of a hyperbolically symmetric black hole. The geodesic equations are written and analyzed in detail. The obtained results are contrasted with the corresponding results obtained for the spherically symmetric case. It is found that test particles experience a repulsive force within the horizon, which prevents them to reach the center. These results are obtained for radially moving particles as well… 

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