Copper is malleable, ductile and an essential component of room temperature Superconductors. Superconductors must be surrounded by shunt materials capable of carrying heavy current around occasional superconductor faults. For many of the same reasons copper was originally used as electrical wiring, it is an ideal shunt material for Niobium superconductors. And of course, superconductors are an important part of modern Jump Gates and Trade Lanes.
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