Time delay in the Einstein-Straus solution

@article{Boudjemaa2011TimeDI,
  title={Time delay in the Einstein-Straus solution},
  author={K. Boudjemaa and Mourad Guenouche and Sami R. Zouzou},
  journal={General Relativity and Gravitation},
  year={2011},
  volume={43},
  pages={1707-1731}
}
We compute the time delay of strong lensing in the framework of the Einstein-Straus solution in presence of a cosmological constant and restrict ourselves to the case of a spatially flat universe. The calculations are done to first order in the ratio of Schwarzschild radius to peri-lens. We apply our results to the lensed quasar SDSS J1004+4112. Our predictions for the time delay between the images C and D of the quasar range from 6 to 13 years and are compatible with the experimental lower… Expand

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