Dark energy influence on geodesics of RN–dS space-time

Abstract

The quintessence influence, as one of the most plausible models of dark energy, on geodesics of Reissner–Nordström–de Sitter (RN–dS) black hole is studied. All the possible motions of test particles in the gravitational field are investigated by using the effective potential, and we have done a detailed analysis of the geodesic structure of massless particles and study all kinds of orbits corresponding to the energy levels for this black hole in quintessence field.

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Ghaderi, K. Dark energy influence on geodesics of RN–dS space-time . Indian J Phys (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12648-020-01991-1

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Keywords

  • RN–dS
  • Black holes
  • Geodesics
  • Dark energy
  • Quintessence