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February 19, 1996 
Japan's Superconductivity Research Laboratory employee Ikuko Asakawa is seen floating 5-cm (2 inches)... 
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JAPAN'S SUPERCONDUCTIVITY RESEARCH LABORATORY EMPLOYEE IKUKO ASAKAWA IS SEEN FLOATING 5-CM (2 INCHES)... 
Japan's Superconductivity Research Laboratory employee Ikuko Asakawa is seen floating 5-cm (2 inches) above ground using superconductors against permanent magnets, paving way for commercial use of superconducting technology, during a demonstration February 19. The research laboratory succeeded in lifting the woman weighting roughly 50 kg (110-lb) sitting on a 70-kg (154-lb) steel disk. The superconductors can be used permanently in machinery since the levitated device, such as a disk or a wheel, will not wear out due to friction.

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