Supersymmetry and stationary solutions in dilaton-axion gravity
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New stationary solutions of four-dimensional dilaton-axion gravity are presented, which correspond to the charged Taub-NUT and Israel-Wilson-Perjés (IWP) solutions of Einstein-Maxwell theory. The charged axion-dilaton Taub-NUT solutions are shown to have a number of interesting properties: (i) manifest SL(2,R) symmetry; (ii) an infinite throat in an extremal limit; (iii) the throat limit coincides with an exact CFT construction. The IWP solutions are shown to admit supersymmetric Killing spinors, when embedded in d=4,N=4 supergravity. This poses a problem for the interpretation of supersymmetric rotating solutions as physical ground states. In the context of 10-dimensional geometry, we show that dimensionally lifted versions of the IWP solutions are dual to certain gravitational waves in string theory.
R Kallosh, David Kastor, T Ortín, and T Torma. "Supersymmetry and stationary solutions in dilaton-axion gravity" Physical Review D 50.10 (1994): 6374-6384.
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