Rotating Black Hole

A rotating black hole is a black hole that possesses spin angular momentum.

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Ergosphere
... The ergosphere is a region located outside a rotating black hole ... to extract energy and mass from the black hole in this region ... shape and is situated so that at the poles of a rotating black hole it touches the event horizon and at the equator it stretches out to a distance equal ...
Gravitational Singularity - Types - Curvature
... is the Schwarzschild solution that describes a non-rotating, uncharged black hole ... In coordinate systems convenient for working in regions far away from the black hole, a part of the metric becomes infinite at the event horizon ... On the other hand, in the center of the black hole, where the metric becomes infinite as well, the solutions suggest singularity exists ...
Rotating Black Hole - Kerr Metric, Kerr-Newman Metric
... A rotating black hole is a solution of Einstein's field equation ... metric, which are believed to be representative of all rotating black hole solutions, in the exterior region ...
Kerr Metric - Ergosphere and The Penrose Process
... A black hole in general is surrounded by a surface, called the event horizon and situated at the Schwarzschild radius for a nonrotating black hole ... A rotating black hole has the same static limit at its event horizon but there is an additional surface outside the event horizon named the "ergosurface" given by in Boyer-Lindquist coordinates ... Because they are still outside the event horizon, they may escape the black hole ...

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