# What is the effect of the locality condition if a „Rindler observer“ hovers close to a black hole?

Consider a „Rindler observer“ hovering close to the event horizon of a black hole, whereby flat spacetime is assumed locally.

• Does this observer see the same Unruh radiation like a Rindler observer accelerating with the same proper acceleration in flat Minkowski spacetime?

• What follows from the fact that these two scenarios differ due to the locality condition?

• Does it make sense - and if yes why - to distinguish between Unruh- and Hawking-radiation regarding the radiation our hovering observer sees?