Should we not build a superconductor facility on the moon ? We find a spot where the rays of the sun don’t provide heat. This should enable a superconductivity facility to operate due to the low temperature on the moon.
We then produce energy on the moon ie via solar energy, Helium 3 extraction, store the generated energy in a “super conductor” battery, and can then beam the generated energy into space, ie via a HAARP like facility. This could be used to power satellites, maybe even space shuttles, and possibly also to deal with asteroid threats, ie the proposed DE-Star lasers?