Shadow images of Kerr-like wormholes

@article{Amir2019ShadowIO,
  title={Shadow images of Kerr-like wormholes},
  author={Muhammed Amir and Kimet Jusufi and Ayan Banerjee and Sudan Hansraj},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2019}
}
The study of shadow continues to be a major source of insight into compact astrophysical objects. Depending on the nature of compact objects and due to the strong gravitational lensing effect that casts a shadow on the bright background. We consider the Kerr-like wormholes spacetime \cite{Bueno:2017hyj} which is a modification of Kerr black holes that turns into the wormholes for nonzero values of deformation parameter $\lambda^2$. The results suggest that the Kerr spacetime can reproduce far… 

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