Rapidly rotating compact stars in Rastall’s gravity

  title={Rapidly rotating compact stars in Rastall’s gravity},
  author={F M da Silva and L. C. dos Santos and Celso de Camargo Barros},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
In this work we study rapidly rotating stars by considering the Rastall theory of gravity. We obtain and solve the equations by numerical methods for two usual parametrization of polytropic stars. Then the mass–radius relations, moments of inertia and other results of interest are obtained and compared with the ones for non-rotating stars. 


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