Isaac Scientific Publishing

Advances in Astrophysics

An Alternative Description of the Schwarzschild Black Hole

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DOI: 10.22606/adap.2019.41003


  • Yuriy Zayko
    Division of Applied Informatics, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Stolypin Volga Region Institute, Saratov, Russia


The article gives the metric of the Schwarzschild black hole, consistent with the fact that the electromagnetic vacuum is unstable under its horizon. A similar metric was previously obtained in the author's work when studying the dynamics of a vortex. This metric is characterized by the absence of many familiar concepts intrinsic to hyperbolic space-time: light-like geodesics, light cone, etc. The thermodynamic aspect of this black hole model is also considered.


Metric, vortex, electromagnetic vacuum, black hole.


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