Some Implications of Gravitational Superconductivity

@article{Agop2000SomeIO,
  title={Some Implications of Gravitational Superconductivity},
  author={M. Agop and P. Ioannou and F. Diaconu},
  journal={Progress of Theoretical Physics},
  year={2000},
  volume={104},
  pages={733-742}
}
We construct a gravitational superconducting model composed of gravitational London equations, gravitational Meissner and shielding effects, a gravitational fluxoid, and oscillation modes of a particle beam in a thin cylindrical gravitational superconductor. This model is applied to the study of neutron stars. An experiment to check the gravitational shielding in a terrestrial laboratory using the Supertrons of Matsuzawa is proposed as well. 
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