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Are there any established techniques for an asymptotically closed, asymptotically flat manifold without boundary?

We say that $(M,g)$ is an asymptotically closed, asymptotically flat manifold without boundary if it is asymptotically closed, and if there is a compact set $K\subset M$, and a metric $g_0$ on $M\backslash K$, such that the following holds:

$g$ and $g_0$ are conformally related by $g=e^{2\rho}g_0$, where $\rho$ is a smooth function on $M$ that vanishes to infinite order at $K$.
$g$ and $g_0$ are each asymptotically flat on $M\backslash K$.

Question 1: Is there any such manifold that is in addition a topological manifold?
Suppose we further assume that $M$ is a smooth manifold, in addition to being asymptotically closed, asymptotically flat, and without boundary. Question 2: Is there a nice description of the topology of the interior of such a manifold?

A:

Yes, this is not true. I would argue, though, that asymptotically flat metrics with boundary are the most “natural” case. Namely, let $(M,g)$ be an asymptotically flat manifold with boundary. Then $M\setminus K$ is a manifold with boundary, where $K$ is a compact set. Let $S^n\setminus B(R)$ be an asymptotically flat manifold with boundary. Then $S^n\setminus B(R)$ is diffeomorphic to $M\setminus K$.
If you’d prefer a non-diffeomorphic example, you can let $(M,g)$ be an asymptotically flat manifold with boundary that’s diffeomorphic to $S^1\times[0,1)$. Then on $[0,1)$, $g$ is trivial, and on \$(1,\
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