Two recent questions have comments suggesting that there might be something wrong about posting questions that some users feel are not immediately answerable:
I suggest we put this question on hold until an official statement on the power source is given to the public. So we don't get a bunch of guess in the answers.
Power supply for StarShip? currently has one close vote and the comment (don't know if the comment is linked to the close vote or not):
I think this question can't be answered right now. Starships have been equiped with deployable solar panels in multiple official renderings released by SpaceX but outside of the propulsion system and general vehicle capabilities, very little is known about starship (due to it either being secret or SpaceX themselves not decided yet). SpaceX in general makes many decisions quickly and changes designs frequently too. What may be the answer today, might change next week.
Both questions are about spacecraft in active development, and seem timely in general, with no obvious quality issues. Is there any reason why they might be closable now, to be re-opened when an answer becomes available?
If so, how would that work?
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