I would like to ask about if a question about the following subject can be potentially interesting and on topic on MathOverflow. I would like to ask on the main site of MathOverflow about the equations for an hypothetical object in theoretical physics: gravitational geons. I've asked 20 days ago a question at undergraduate level on Mathematical Stack Exchange with title Gravitational geons: an explanation for mathematicians and identifier 4509074, at this ocassion I want to ask on MathOverflow a characterization of the equations for professional mathematiciasn of what is a gravitational geon, if such characterization makes sense. Maybe additionally I ask for (general) references supporting the answer that can to provide the professor.
I add as general reference that Wikipedia has the article with title Geon (physics).
Question. I would like to ask on Meta if a question about the equations/mathematical characterization of gravitational geons can be interesting and on topic on MathOverflow. In such case I would like to ask this question in next few days on the main site MathOverflow. Many thanks.
If this question on Meta isn't suitable please add a comment that I can to delete it in next few hours.
I've edited (three days ago) a question on Physics Stack Exchange, this Mathematical characterization of gravitational geons, post with identifier 726281 the users of the site were kind adding in the comment thread links about papers related to gravitational geons.