Volume 11, Issue 1
Colored Black Holes

J.A. Smoller & A.G. Wasserman

J. Part. Diff. Eq., 11 (1998), pp. 39-45.

Published online: 1998-11

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We describe some recent results on solutions of the static, stationary, spherically symmetric solutions of the SU(z) Einstein-Yang/Mills equations. The main result is that any solution which is defined in the far field and has finite (ADM) mass, is defined for all r > 0.
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Einstein-Yang-Mills equations colored black holes event horizon

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J.A. Smoller & A.G. Wasserman . (2019). Colored Black Holes. Journal of Partial Differential Equations. 11 (1). 39-45. doi:
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