Strong gravitational lensing by rotating Simpson-Visser black holes

@article{Islam2021StrongGL,
  title={Strong gravitational lensing by rotating Simpson-Visser black holes},
  author={Shafqat Ul Islam and Jitendra Kumar and Sushant G. Ghosh},
  journal={Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics},
  year={2021},
  volume={2021}
}
We investigate strong field gravitational lensing by rotating Simpson-Visser black hole, which has an additional parameter (0 ≤ l/2M ≤ 1), apart from mass (M) and rotation parameter (a). A rotating Simpson-Visser metric correspond to (i) a Schwarzschild metric for l/2M = a/2M = 0 and M ≠ 0, (ii) a Kerr metric for l/2M = 0, |a/2M| < 0.5 and M ≠ 0 (iii) a rotating regular black hole metric for |a/2M| < 0.5, M ≠ 0 and l/2M in the range 0 < l/2M < 0.5 + √((0.5)2-(a/2M)2), and (iv) a traversable… 

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