## On the Topology of Black Hole Event Horizons in Higher Dimensions

*Helfgott, C.*;

*Oz, Y.*;

*Yanay, Y.*;

Related identifiers: - Subject: High Energy Physics - Theoryarxiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology

In four dimensions the topology of the event horizon of an asymptotically flat stationary black hole is uniquely determined to be the two-sphere $S^2$. We consider the topology of event horizons in higher dimensions. First, we reconsider Hawking's theorem and show that ... View more

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