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Can We Use the Shape of Lagrange Points to Mathematically Calculate if a Planet is Hollow?

Theoretically, it would be a lot easier to use measuring equipment at a planetary Lagrange point to determine the shape of the equilibrium area to determine if a planet had a solid core, or was hollow inside.

How could a planet be hollow?

Oh, very easily, it might have had its core ejected long ago due to a collision or an unbalanced spinning due to a large moor or once binary planet, which might no longer be around, perhaps also deflected like a billiard shot from a minor planet during its solar systems more chaotic forming periods.

But, those are just a couple of the multitude of potential eventualities of why a planet might be hollow. It seems that scientists have figured out the mathematical shapes of Lagrange points in 4D, that is to say 3D plus gravity and space time warping.

A hollow planet would have a slightly different shaped Lagrange point which could be observed using special equipment similar to NASA's LISA Project.

What other reasons is it important to know the exact shapes of Lagrange Points?

Well, not long ago, I was discussing this online with someone who fancies the old Sci Fi concept of using this phenomena to travel for free around the solar system, or from moon-to-moon around let's say Jupiter, without using hardly any energy. He explained the estimated shapes of Lagrange points, and I think it does matter very much for the energy needs to enter and exit them.

You see, and after reading Ben Bova's "Asteroid War" series it sure makes sense for asteroid mining operations, space stations, or gathering compounds in Lagrange clouds which could be converted to H20, fuel, or other much needed resources during long term space travel.

Also, it does matter when trying to calculate non-gravitation forces that act upon asteroid periods or orbits, to predict their future probabilities of hitting our planet for instance. Therefore, we need more information and data on all the Lagrange points throughout our solar system. And we'd be wise whether setting up a planetary defense system or traveling our solar system to know these things. Please consider all this.

Fuente: Lance Winslow

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