The properties of a spherically symmetric static space-time permeated of dark energy are worked out. Dark energy is viewed as the strain energy of an elastically deformable four dimensional manifold. The metric is worked out in the vacuum region around a central spherical mass/defect in the linear approximation. We discuss analogies and differences with the analogue in the de Sitter space time and how these competing scenarios could be differentiated on an observational ground. The comparison with the tests at the solar system scale puts upper limits to the parameters of the theory, consistent with the values obtained applying the classical cosmological tests.

Spherical symmetry in a dark energy permeated space-time / Radicella, Ninfa; Sereno, Mauro; Tartaglia, Angelo. - In: CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM GRAVITY. - ISSN 0264-9381. - STAMPA. - 29:(2012), pp. 115003-1-115003-11.

Spherical symmetry in a dark energy permeated space-time

RADICELLA, NINFA;SERENO, MAURO;TARTAGLIA, Angelo
2012

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The properties of a spherically symmetric static space-time permeated of dark energy are worked out. Dark energy is viewed as the strain energy of an elastically deformable four dimensional manifold. The metric is worked out in the vacuum region around a central spherical mass/defect in the linear approximation. We discuss analogies and differences with the analogue in the de Sitter space time and how these competing scenarios could be differentiated on an observational ground. The comparison with the tests at the solar system scale puts upper limits to the parameters of the theory, consistent with the values obtained applying the classical cosmological tests.
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