Likely formation of general relativistic radiation pressure supported stars or ‘eternally collapsing objects’

@article{Mitra2010LikelyFO,
  title={Likely formation of general relativistic radiation pressure supported stars or ‘eternally collapsing objects’},
  author={A. Mitra and N. K. Glendenning},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={404}
}
  • A. Mitra, N. K. Glendenning
  • Published 2010
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters
  • Hoyle & Folwler showed that there could be Radiation Pressure Supported Stars (RPSS) even in Newtonian gravity. Much later, Mitra found that one could also conceive of their General Relativistic (GR) version, “Relativistic Radiation Pressure Supported Stars” (RRPSSs). While RPSSs have z � 1, RRPSSs have z � 1, where z is the surface gravitational redshift. Here we elaborate on the formation of RRPSSs during continued gravitational collapse by recalling that a contracting massive star must start… CONTINUE READING
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