The role of superfluidity for the transport processes in Neutron Stars
is briefly discussed. The emphasis will be on the different elementary
excitations that can occur in the superfluid matter. A throughout microscopic
study of the excitations in different physical conditions inside Neutron Stars
is presented and discussed. The results include the overall strength functions
of the electron, proton and neutron components, which in particular indicate
the rate of damping of the excitations.