This one of the more interesting magnet levitating over a superconductor pictures I've seen in a while. The sequence shows a magnet on the end of a non-ferromagnetic chain being lowered into a superconducting dish. The chain becomes a graphically impressive part of the demo in the last frame. You might have heard that magnets won't levitate stably over a flat type I superconductor, and the won't. The sides of the dish are adding lateral repulsive forces that keep the magnet in place!
The picture is from "Cryophysics" by K. Mendelssohn. It's volume 7 of the excellent and completely out of print "Interscience Tracts on Physics and Astronomy"