Superfluid Perpetual Motion?

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Yes, I'm aware of the countless threads about perpetual motion here. Not sure if this idea has been considered with superfluids, though.

I'm no physics expert (basically a laymen), but the idea of a superfluid in perpetual motion intrigues me because I can't imagine why it wouldn't be possible (at least in a vacuum).

If anyone can confirm that such a machine is theoretically possible, my main question is this: could we extract useful work from it?
 
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