Rare element, atomic number 118, mildly radioactive and dangerous, which has been proved to be a viable room-temperature superconductor.

Onnesium is normally found as small, silvery spheres embedded within meteoric nickel-iron. It is created within supernovae, plated onto asteroidal surfaces, and eventually can be discovered in free-floating asteroids or in impact craters on planetary surfaces.

Recent discoveries of onnesium in the Gavza system ( Scotian Deep / Reaver's Deep 1117) have suggested that a supernova at Scotian Deep ( Scotian Deep / Reaver's Deep 1118) may have spread onnesium deposits to several nearby systems in the Scotian Deep subsector.

(FT-2, 1108)

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