No hair theorems for a static and stationary reflecting star

@article{Bhattacharjee2017NoHT,
  title={No hair theorems for a static and stationary reflecting star},
  author={Srijit Bhattacharjee and Sudipta Sarkar},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2017},
  volume={95},
  pages={084027}
}
We prove the non existence of massive scalar, vector and tensor hairs outside the surface of a static and stationary compact reflecting star. Our result is the extension of the no hair theorem for black holes to horizonless compact configurations with reflecting boundary condition at the surface. We also generalize the proof for spacetimes with a positive cosmological constant. 

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