Formation of a black hole in the Szekeres model. Figure a) shows the radial cross-section through the apparent horizon (AH) and the absolute apparent horizon (AAH). Horizontal solid lines show the instants for which the curves in the next figure (figure b) are drawn, these are: t = 4.0, 10.0, 11.5, 11.9772, 12.3 and 13.0. Figure b) shows 2D cross-sections of the horizons at various time instants. Figure c) shows 3D profiles of the AAH and AH horizons at t = 11.5. When referring to this figure, apart from this Scholarpedia article, please also cite [Krasiński & Bolejko, Phys.Rev.D85:124016,2012, arXiv:1202.5970].
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|current||06:29, 9 March 2015||1,244 × 875 (186 KB)||Krzysztof Bolejko||Formation of the Szekeres black hole. Figure a) shows the evolution of different mass shells and horizons. Figure b) shows 2D cross-sections of the horizons at various time instants. Figure c) shows 3D profiles of the AAH and AH horizons at t = 11.5. W...|