TY: JOUR
T1 - Myers-Perry black holes with scalar hair and a mass gap: Unequal spins
A1 - Herdeiro, Carlos
A1 - Kunz, Jutta
A1 - Radu, Eugen
A1 - Subagyo, Bintoro
N2 - We construct rotating boson stars and Myers-Perry black holes with scalar hair (MPBHsSH) as fully non-linear solutions of five dimensional Einstein gravity minimally coupled to a complex, massive scalar field. The MPBHsSH are, in general, regular on and outside the horizon, asymptotically flat, and possess angular momentum in a single rotation plane. They are supported by rotation and have no static limit. Such hairy BHs may be thought of as bound states of boson stars and singly spinning, vacuum MPBHs and inherit properties of both these building blocks. When the horizon area shrinks to zero, the solutions reduce to (in a single plane) rotating boson stars; but the extremal limit also yields a zero area horizon, as for singly spinning MPBHs. Similarly to the case of equal angular momenta, and in contrast to Kerr black holes with scalar hair, singly spinning MPBHsSH are disconnected from the vacuum black holes, due to a mass gap. We observe that for the general case, with two unequal angular momenta, the equilibrium condition for the existence of MPBHsSH is w = m(1)Omega(1)+m(2)Omega(2), where Omega(i) are the horizon angular velocities in the two independent rotation planes and w, m(i), i = 1, 2, are the scalar field's frequency and azimuthal harmonic indices.
UR - https://ria.ua.pt/handle/10773/15011
Y1 - 2015
PB - Elsevier