Rotating magnetic solution in three dimensional Einstein gravity

@inproceedings{Dias2002RotatingMS,
  title={Rotating magnetic solution in three dimensional Einstein gravity},
  author={{\'O}scar J. C. Dias and Jose' P. S. Lemos},
  year={2002}
}
We obtain the magnetic counterpart of the BTZ solution, i.e., the rotating spacetime of a point source generating a magnetic field in three dimensional Einstein gravity with a negative cosmological constant. The static (non-rotating) magnetic solution was found by Clement, by Hirschmann and Welch and by Cataldo and Salgado. This paper is an extension of their work in order to include (i) angular momentum, (ii) the definition of conserved quantities (this is possible since spacetime is… CONTINUE READING

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