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## Main Question or Discussion Point

The Schwarzschild solution to the field equations is a vacuum solution for a spherically symmetric mass and provides the Schwarzschild radius:

rs = 2Gm / c^2.

Is there a similar treatment for a cylinder that would give its radius and height as a function of mass?

rs = 2Gm / c^2.

Is there a similar treatment for a cylinder that would give its radius and height as a function of mass?