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Because we can't use the Schwarzchild metric to evaluate spacetime at r < 2M (there is a coordinate singularity at r = 2M and there are no shells between r = 2M and r = 0) then we can find another solution which evaluates remote coordinates from a proper frame. This solution can be seen in its multiplied out form in the second revised edition of Rindler W. 1977 Essential Relativity (SpringerVerlag) pg 124


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