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Abstract: We study the collision of two highly boosted equal mass, nonrotating blackholes with generic impact parameter. We find such systems to exhibit zoom-whirlbehavior when fine tuning the impact parameter. Near the threshold of immediatemerger the remnant black hole Kerr parameter can be near maximal a-M about0.95 and the radiated energy can be as large as 35% of the center-of-massenergy.



Author: U. Sperhake, V. Cardoso, F. Pretorius, E. Berti, T. Hinderer, N. Yunes

Source: https://arxiv.org/







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