If one is asked to find the eigenvector(s) for a Householder transformation matrix, but one is not given the values of or dimensions of the unit vector $u$.
So if $H = I_n - 2uu^T$ where $I_n$ is the n x n identity matrix and has length/norm $||u||^2 = 1$.
It can easily be shown that H is symmetric so that $H = H^T$ and that the eigenvalues are either (and only) of values $\lambda = 1$ and $\lambda = -1$.
Am I correct when assuming that the eigenvectors of $H$ would be the same as those for the identity matrix $I_n$. But is it possible to be more specific/detailed than that when describing the eigenvectors/eigenspaces of these eigenvalues?