Static limit, Physics

Static limit:

The distance through a rotating black hole where no observer can probably remain at rest (w.r.t. the distant stars) due to inertial frame dragging; this region is outside from the event horizon, except on the poles where it meets the horizon at point. The region among the event horizon & the static limit is called  as the ergosphere.

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