The question Can a moon orbit its planet faster than its planet rotates? is well received and has had plenty of positivity and several answers.
After reviewing Community Policy Repository and specifically these two items selected from it:
Question: Can any valid reason be found for this question to remain closed as off-topic and answers blocked? Or instead, should three more reopen votes be cast?
If not, and unless migration is imminent there's no justification for the continued blocking of answer posts.
As far as I know, "better asked on" or "more about" type situations do not automatically make a question a priori1 off-topic
There was a suggestion there that
This would seem to be a question mostly about astronomy with no real connection to space exploration.
But since we have a repository of community policies, let's open it up and see what's inside rather than start from scratch each time with ad hoc2 impressions of what a question seems like.
1a priori: ...that which is independent from experience. Examples include mathematics, tautologies, and deduction from pure reason.
2ad hoc: ...generally signifies a solution designed for a specific problem or task, non-generalizable, and not intended to be adapted to other purposes