Isolated Horizon, Killing Horizon and Event Horizon

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Date, G.;
(2001)

We consider space-times which in addition to admitting an isolated horizon also admit Killing horizons with or without an event horizon. We show that an isolated horizon is a Killing horizon provided either (1) it admits a stationary neighbourhood or (2) it admits a nei... View more
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