By Prerna Rana and Arun Mangalam at

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research

and Indian Institute of Astrophysics

We derive the conditions for a non-equatorial eccentric bound orbit to exist around a Kerr black hole in two-parameter spaces: the energy, angular momentum of the test particle, spin of the black hole, and Carter's constant space (*E*, *L*, *a*, *Q*), and eccentricity, inverse-latus rectum space (*e*, *\mu*, *a*, *Q*).... Show more

July 12, 2022

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