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Integrability and black-hole microstate geometries

We examine some recently-constructed families of asymptotically-AdS3 × \( {\mathbb{S}}^3 \) supergravity solutions that have the same charges and mass as supersymmetric D1-D5- P black holes, but that cap off smoothly with no horizon. These solutions, known as superstrata, are quite complicated, however we show that, for an infinite family of solutions, the null geodesic problem is ...

M-theory superstrata and the MSW string

The low-energy description of wrapped M5 branes in compactifications of M-theory on a Calabi-Yau threefold times a circle is given by a conformal field theory studied by Maldacena, Strominger and Witten and known as the MSW CFT. Taking the threefold to be \( {\mathbb{T}}_6 \) or \( \mathrm{K}3\times {\mathbb{T}}^2 \), we construct a map between a sub-sector of this CFT and a ...

Bolting multicenter solutions

We introduce a solvable system of equations that describes non-extremal multicenter solutions to six-dimensional ungauged supergravity coupled to tensor multiplets. The system involves a set of functions on a three-dimensional base metric. We obtain a family of non-extremal axisymmetric solutions that generalize the known multicenter extremal solutions, using a particular base ...

Loop corrections to the antibrane potential

Antibranes provide some of the most generic ways to uplift Anti-de Sitter flux compactifications to de Sitter, and there is a growing body of evidence that antibranes placed in long warped throats such as the Klebanov-Strassler warped deformed conifold solution have a brane-brane-repelling tachyon. This tachyon was first found in the regime of parameters in which the backreaction ...

Momentum fractionation on superstrata

Superstrata are bound states in string theory that carry D1, D5, and momentum charges, and whose supergravity descriptions are parameterized by arbitrary functions of (at least) two variables. In the D1-D5 CFT, typical three-charge states reside in high-degree twisted sectors, and their momentum charge is carried by modes that individually have fractional momentum. Understanding ...

Holographic description of non-supersymmetric orbifolded D1-D5-P solutions

Non-supersymmetric black hole microstates are of great interest in the context of the black hole information paradox. We identify the holographic description of the general class of non-supersymmetric orbifolded D1-D5-P supergravity solutions found by Jejjala, Madden, Ross and Titchener. This class includes both completely smooth solutions and solutions with conical defects, and in ...

Non-BPS multi-bubble microstate geometries

We construct the first smooth horizonless supergravity solutions that have two topologically-nontrivial three-cycles supported by flux, and that have the same mass and charges as a non-extremal D1-D5-P black hole. Our configurations are solutions to six-dimensional ungauged supergravity coupled to a tensor multiplet, and uplift to solutions of Type IIB supergravity. The solutions ...

Oscillating supertubes and neutral rotating black hole microstates

Samir D. Mathur 0 David Turton 0 0 Department of Physics, The Ohio State University , 191 W Woodruff Ave, Columbus, OH 43210, U.S.A The construction of neutral black hole microstates is an

Comments on black holes I: the possibility of complementarity

Samir D. Mathur 0 David Turton 0 0 Department of Physics, The Ohio State University , Columbus, OH 43210, U.S.A We comment on a recent paper of Almheiri, Marolf, Polchinski and Sully who argue

Effect of the deformation operator in the D1D5 CFT

The D1D5 CFT gives a holographic dual description of a near-extremal black hole in string theory. The interaction in this theory is given by a marginal deformation operator, which is composed of supercharges acting on a twist operator. The twist operator links together different copies of a free CFT. We study the effect of this deformation operator when it links together CFT copies ...

Effect of the twist operator in the D1D5 CFT

The D1D5 CFT has been very useful in the study of black holes. The interaction in this theory involves a twist operator, which links together different copies of a free CFT. For the bosonic fields, we examine the action of this twist when it links together CFT copies with winding numbers M and N to produce a copy with winding M + N. Starting with the vacuum state generates a ...