Particle collisions on near horizon extremal Kerr background

@article{Galajinsky2013ParticleCO,
  title={Particle collisions on near horizon extremal Kerr background},
  author={A. Galajinsky},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2013},
  volume={88},
  pages={027505}
}
Recently, Banados, Silk and West analyzed a collision of two particles near the horizon of the extremal Kerr black hole and demonstrated that the energy in the center-of-mass frame can be arbitrarily large provided the angular momentum of one of the colliding particles takes a special value. As is known, the vicinity of the extremal Kerr black hole horizon can be viewed as a complete vacuum spacetime in its own right. In this work, we consider a collision of two neutral particles within the… Expand
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