If moons and planets orbits were electrical in nature this would help explain why you can have such large moons around planets.
Electrical orbits may help explain those puzzling exoplanets and stars that orbit round their Sun within a few days at super speed.
Now the asteroid 2004 BL86 that passed close to the Earth has been shown to have its own mini moon in orbit around it.
Asteroid 2004 BL86 is only just over 1000 feet (300 meters) wide. It has its own tiny asteroid orbiting around it, the mini asteroid moon is only just over 200 feet in diameter.
How can a small asteroid like 2004 BL86 have enough gravity to have its own mini moon?