There's nothing about another SE site like Physics that can make a question off-topic here!
SE has several close reasons for questions, one of which is that the question is off-topic.
For a few special cases there are hard-wired community-specific options
Except for these community selected options
we don't conflate closing as off-topic with suggesting some options where a moderator might initiate question migration.
There was a recent, somewhat cavalier "This smells like physics, so close as off topic" which was unjustified.
Under a new user's first question What are the forces affecting superconducting MRI-magnet on low-earth orbit and could you accelerate a satellite with these forces? the first "welcoming" comment is
I’m voting to close this question because it belongs on Physics SE
"because it belongs on X" is simply not a close reason.
When we do this and others go along with it, it sends the message to all readers, including those just starting to learn the site that "Hey! If I can think of a site where I think the question should be, then that's a close reason!"
In addition to being wrong (we close when it's off topic, irregardless of whether there are better or other sites for it) it starts setting a wrong precedent.
Now in this case the problem is even worse because in my answer there I link to four previous questions about using magnetic dipole fields for propulsion in Earth orbit. Those were all considered on-topic here.
So the reason that I call the comment cavalier is that the user didn't even bother to check if magnetic dipole propulsion is on-topic or not before leaving the comment.
The problem here is that other readers' eyes will go straight to the comment, assume its author did their due diligence (they did not in this case) and knee-jerk agree vote to close. The on-topic magnetic propulsion question gets closed in a few hours, and the reopen process invariably takes days to reverse.
Question: Can we please consider a policy of not using "belongs on" in lieu of an explanation why a question is off-topic?
If it's off-topic, just say it's off-topic. If you separately want to offer guidance where the question might be migrated, then feel free! But don't mix the two totally separate functions, decisions, and opinions.
There's nothing about another SE site like Physics SE that can make a question less on-topic here!
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