Levitating Superconductor!?

October 21, 2011 at 7:01 am Leave a comment

So here’s a video that Diego uncovered, which is pretty awesome.

As the page describes, the superconductor is cooled to very low temperatures allowing it to levitate when placed above a magnet.  This is still very odd to me, so I’ll do some more reading to understand this.  Nevertheless, to describe this in one word: awesome (period).


And here’s another awesome video showing the same thing

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