Consequences of a Generalized Newtonian Gravity with an Exponential Factor

Author: Lenser Aghalovyan

ABSTRACT
The central interaction of bodies is investigated, which enhances the Newtonian interaction by the exponential factor. As a consequence, it has been shown that Black Holes are subordinate to this enhanced interaction. All Black Holes can be systematized in accordance with their mass, the radius of the event horizon and the gravitational field intensity exponent, created by the Black Hole.

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Journal: International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics
DOI: 10.4236/ijaa.2020.103012(PDF)
Paper Id: 102730 (metadata)

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