I recently saw What is the record length of time for single-occupant flight? on main and went to close it as "no research" before I realized that isn't an actual close reason.
On Stack Exchange, users are expected to do some amount of research before posting a question—at the very least, looking at the first couple of Google results. There is, however, no close reason for this. The answers to Proposal for new close reason: "no prior research/work" on Meta Stack Exchange suggest that "not a real question" or "too localized" should cover it, but neither felt reasonable in this case. The question is real, and not too localized, but it can be found in the very first Google result for "longest solo flight."
What should be done for this question (and questions like it)?