Superconductivity Found in Meteorite
Breakthrough Scientific Discovery
For the first time, scientific evidence has been found in a meteorite that superconducting materials are produced in space naturally. University of California San Diego scientists discovered superconducting material in one of the largest meteorites in the world - Mundrabilla that fell to Earth in Australia. This is a first and superconductors are one of the most coveted materials in the world. For a great news blog with a lot more details, go to
Important Innovations Collection: Superconductivity in Space: https://amzn.to/3dnRDtb Superconducting Material Discovered in Meteorite Super: Mundrabilla Meteorite First Evidence of Superc...