Which of the following is the correct definition of a 'Lagrange point'?

Options :
  1. An orbital spot where a small object will remain stationary with respect to two large gravitational objects.
  2. The vertical angle at which a spinning object will become unstable and fall over.
  3. A sharp-pointed fulcrum where the slope from the point is equal in all directions.
  4. The temperature for a liquid at which no amount of pressure will prevent boiling.
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Answer: Option 1


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