It is shown that the complete system of classical gravitational equations for an isolated centrally symmetric body yields that: (1) in terms of Galilean coordinates all metric coefficients of the Riemannian space induced by the body cannot be equal to zero or infinity anywhere; (2) they, together with the first-order derivatives, should be continuous everywhere. The equations do not contain solutions corresponding to “black holes,” but admit solutions corresponding to objects for which the surface radius (in terms of standard coordinates) is equal to the double mass of matter under this surface. These objects can make the main contribution to the dark matter of the Universe and explain observed effects, such as gravitational microlensing and other effects. Under certain conditions they can become powerful X-ray sources.
95.30.Sf Relativity and gravitation
Department of Quantum Theory and High Energy Physics, Faculty of Physics, Moscow State University, Moscow, 119991, Russia