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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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