Spherically symmetric solutions in five-dimensional general relativity View Full Text


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DATE

1982-10

AUTHORS

Alan Chodos, Steven Detweiler

ABSTRACT

The most general time-independent spherically symmetric (in the usual three space dimensions) solution to the five-dimensional vacuum Einstein equations is found, subject to the existence of a Killing vector in the fifth direction. The significance of these solutions is discussed within the context of a previously proposed extension of the Kaluza-Klein model in which the universe, although (4+1)-dimensional, has evolved over cosmic times into an effectively (3+l)-dimensional one. More... »

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879-890

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