In the theory of relativity, a null surface is a 3-surface whose normal vector is everywhere null (zero length with respect to the local Lorentz metric), but the vector is not identically zero. For example, light cones are null surfaces.


James B. Hartle, Gravity: an Introduction To Einstein's General Relativity.

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