Black Holes: The Membrane Paradigm (INCOMPLETE) by K. S. Thorne, R. H. Price, D. A. MacDonald

By K. S. Thorne, R. H. Price, D. A. MacDonald

A pedagogical creation to the physics of black holes. The membrane paradigm represents the four-dimemnsional spacetime of the black hole's "event horizon" as a two-dimensional membrane in third-dimensional area, permitting the reader to appreciate and compute the habit of black holes in complicated astrophysical environments.

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