Schwarzschild black hole

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Karl Schwarzschild (1873—1916)


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Schwarzschild black hole

Schwarzschild Spacetime and Black Holes

The structure of black hole magnetospheres — I. Schwarzschild black holes

Stability of Higher-Dimensional Schwarzschild Black Holes

Critical properties of spherically symmetric black hole accretion in Schwarzschild geometry

Thermally driven outflows from pair-plasma pressure-mediated shock surfaces around Schwarzschild black holes

Covariant Self-Force Regularization of a Particle Orbiting a Schwarzschild Black Hole Mode Decomposition Regularization

Gravitational Waves by a Particle in Circular Orbits around a Schwarzschild Black Hole 5.5 Post-Newtonian Formula

Oscillations of Static Discs around Schwarzschild Black Holes: Effect of Self-Gravitation

Stationary axisymmetric configuration of the resistive thick accretion tori around a Schwarzschild black hole

Disc formation from tidal disruptions of stars on eccentric orbits by Schwarzschild black holes

Axisymmetric Bondi–Hoyle accretion on to a Schwarzschild black hole: shock cone vibrations

A Structure Model for Black Holes: Atomic-Like Structure, Quantization and the Minimum Schwarzschild Radius

Self-Force on a Scalar Charge in Circular Orbit around a Schwarzschild Black Hole

Gravitational frequency shift of light in equatorial plane of a radially moving Schwarzschild black hole

Gravitational Waves from a Particle in Circular Orbits around a Schwarzschild Black Hole to the 22nd Post-Newtonian Order

Stability of the Schwarzschild–de Sitter black hole in the dRGT massive gravity theory

Exploring the effects of pressure on the radial accretion of dark matter by a Schwarzschild supermassive black hole

General relativistic numerical simulation of sub-Keplerian transonic accretion flows on to black holes: Schwarzschild space–time


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A non-rotating black hole with no electrical charge. This is the simplest case of a black hole, predicted by K. Schwarzschild in 1916, but is unlikely to be found in reality. The most likely form for black holes is the rotating Kerr black hole.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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