p26 glider shuttle

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p26 glider shuttle
x = 53, y = 53, rule = B3/S23 19b2o$19bobo$22bo2b2o$20b2obo2bo$19bobob2o$20bo4$22b2o$21bo2bo$21bobo$ 21bobo$16b2o4bo$15bobo18bo$15bo20b3o$14b2o23bo$38b2o$19bobo$19b2o12b2o 13bo2b2o$20bo11b2o13bobo2bo$34bo5b3o5b2obo$39bo3bo6bo$40b2obo4b2o$42bo 5bo$50bo$2b2o45b2o$2bo$4bo5bo$3b2o4bob2o$2bo6bo3bo$bob2o5b3o5bo$o2bobo 13b2o11bo$2o2bo13b2o12b2o$31bobo$13b2o$13bo23b2o$14b3o20bo$16bo18bobo$ 30bo4b2o$29bobo$29bobo$28bo2bo$29b2o4$32bo$28b2obobo$26bo2bob2o$26b2o 2bo$31bobo$32b2o! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART ]] #C [[ GPS 6 ZOOM 5 LOOP 26 ]]
Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 148
Bounding box 53×53
Period 26
Mod 26
Heat 102.8
Volatility 0.87
Strict volatility 0.87
Discovered by Matthias Merzenich
Year of discovery 2012

p26 glider shuttle is a period-26 oscillator, based on a dependent period-26 reflector, discovered by Matthias Merzenich[1] on February 19, 2012.

It was the smallest known period-26 oscillator in terms of minimum population until the discovery of 87P26 on August 7, 2015.

References

  1. Matthias Merzenich (April 27, 2013). "Re: Just the place for a Snark!". Retrieved on August 12, 2014.

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