Generalization of Vaidya’s Metric for A Radiating Star to Rotating Star
Keywords:Vaidya metric for a radiating star, its generalization to a slowly rotating star
Schwarzschild's external solution of Einstein’s gravitational field equations in the general theory of relativity for a static star has been generalized by Vaidya , taking into account the radiation of the star. Here, we generalize Vaidya’s metric to a star that is rotating and radiating. Although, there is a famous Kerr solution  for a rotating star, but here is a simple solution for a rotating star which may be termed as a zero approximate version of the Kerr solution. Results are discussed.
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