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Near-extremal black holes at late times, backreacted

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Black holes display universal behavior near extremality. One such feature is the late-time blowup of derivatives of linearized perturbations across the horizon. For generic initial data, this instability is regulated by backreaction, and the final state is a near-extremal black hole. The aim of this paper is to study the late time behavior of such black holes analytically using the weakly broken conformal symmetry of their near-horizon region. In particular, gravitational backreaction is accounted for within the Jackiw-Teitelboim model for near-horizon, near-extremal dynamics coupled to bulk matter.

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