What Type of Vortex Flows Occur Within Lagrange Equilibrium Boundaries?

What Type of Vortex Flows Occur Within Lagrange Equilibrium Boundaries?

It is widely known that in the stable Lagrange points of Jupiter that there is lots of dust and debris, accumulated space particles that have ended up there and are caught in gravitational equilibrium between the fuzzy borders that make up the Lagrange point. And it is interesting that the dust and space debris is not necessarily at rest throughout the Lagrange area where it would be perfectly still. Why? Because around the fuzzy boundary areas there would be buffeting and movement eventually causing vortex flows.

Indeed, there could be something similar to the ocean currents of Earth. Consider the circulation of gases, dust, debris, etc – moving around, in fact this makes the potential for planetary formation. So one has to ask if planets can be formed within the Lagrange points or gravitational equilibrium areas between two large bodies as the accumulation of space debris is held together? It very well could be at least one way that plants are formed.

A plan formed in a Lagrange area could also end up being a moon of a planet that caused Lagrange point in the first place. Or if it escapes the Lagrange region for some reason during an unstable era, it could become a planet orbiting a sun. To test this theory it would be important to know what type of vortex flows occur Within Lagrange Equilibrium Boundaries, as the various minerals and elements combine with compounds of gas and debris.

Perhaps it is time that we spend a little extra money in our space program and go explore some of these more stable Lagrange points to find out the answers to such questions. The circulation and movement of the debris clouds within these areas will tell us a lot about how things work in our solar system, how things came to be, and give us clues to the origins of such. Please consider all this.