White holes and high energy astrophysics

Narlikar, J. V. ; Apparao, K. M. V. (1975) White holes and high energy astrophysics Astrophysics and Space Science, 35 (2). pp. 321-326. ISSN 0004-640X

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The role of exploding objects in high-energy astrophysics is discussed. Quantitative results are obtained for the simple case of the canonical white hole which explodes from a singularity and consists of pressure-free matter in the comoving frame of reference. General relativity is used for calculating the dynamical results. Applications to X-ray background, transient X-ray sources, γ-ray bursts and high energy cosmic rays are considered. White holes of more general types are discussed in a qualitative manner.

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