Supersymmetric Probes in a Rotating 5D Attractor

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Title: Supersymmetric Probes in a Rotating 5D Attractor
Author: Li, Wei; Strominger, Andrew E.

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Citation: Li, Wei and Andrew Strominger. 2008. Supersymmetric Probes in a Rotating 5D Attractor. Physics Letters B 659(1-2): 407-415.
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Abstract: Supersymmetric zero-brane and one-brane probes in the squashed \(AdS_2 \times S^3\) near-horizon geometry of the BMPV black hole are studied. Supersymmetric zero-brane probes stabilized by orbital angular momentum on the \(S^3\) are found and shown to saturate a BPS bound. We also find supersymmetric one-brane probes which have momentum and winding around a \(UL(1) \times UR(1)\) torus in the \(S^3\) and in some cases are static.
Published Version: doi:10.1016/j.physletb.2007.11.016
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