Some meteorites contain superconducting bits

Find energizes search for exotic materials that conduct electricity sans resistance


SURPRISE INSIDE Scientists found small amounts of superconducting materials within two meteorites, including Mundrabilla (above), discovered in 1966 in Western Australia.

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