(34,7)c/156 Herschel climber

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(34,7)c/156 climber
x = 297, y = 199, rule = B3/S23 262b2o$263b2o$262bo23$274b2o$274b2o19b2o$283b2o10b2o$282bo2bo$283b2o3$ 240b2o$240b2o19b2o$249b2o10b2o$248bo2bo$249b2o3$194bo11b2o$194b3o9b2o 19b2o31b2o$194bobo18b2o10b2o32b2o$196bo17bo2bo42bo$215b2o4$140b2o$140b 2o16$149b2o$148bobo$150bo142b2o$281b2o10b2o$280bo2bo$281b2o4$259b2o$ 247b2o10b2o$246bo2bo$247b2o3$192bo11b2o$192b3o9b2o19b2o$192bobo18b2o 10b2o$194bo17bo2bo$213b2o4$138b2o$138b2o16$147b2o$146bobo$148bo50$3b2o $2bobo$4bo38$b2o$obo$2bo! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART ]] #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 HEIGHT 600 WIDTH 600 TRACKLOOP 312 -34/156 7/156 ZOOM 4 X 70 Y -40 AUTOSTART ]]
Pattern type Crawler
Speed (34,7)c/156
Direction oblique
Crawls on Block
Discovered by Unknown
Year of discovery Unknown


Consists of Herschels climbing up blocks or gliders. The version shown above leaves a pair of beehives and 2 gliders.

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