Observing a Schwarzschild black hole with finite precision

@inproceedings{Debbasch2004ObservingAS,
  title={Observing a Schwarzschild black hole with finite precision},
  author={Fabrice Debbasch and Yann Ollivier},
  year={2004}
}
We investigate how the space-time of a vacuum Schwarzschild black hole would appear if observed with a finite precision in the measurements of the spatial Kerr-Schild co ordinates. For this we use the general procedure for evaluat ing mean gravitational fields recently presented in (Debbasch 2004b ). It is found that the black hole would then appear as surroun ded by an apparent matter characterized by a negative energy den sity a d two di fferent pressures, a negative and a positive one. The… CONTINUE READING

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