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discoverer = David Bell  discoverer = David Bell  
discoveryear = 1992  discoveryear = 1992  
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−  '''117P9H3V0''' is an orthogonal [[c/3 orthogonalc/3]] [[spaceship]] discovered by [[David Bell]] in May  +  '''117P9H3V0''' is an orthogonal [[c/3 orthogonalc/3]] [[spaceship]] discovered by [[David Bell]] in May {{year1992}}.<ref>David Bell's archive of c/3 ships and puffers in Life</ref> It is based on a [[period]][[:Category:spaceships with period 33]] spaceship with a loosely connected back component which could be removed to form a period[[:Category:spaceships with period 99]] spaceship, being the first spaceship of this period to be found. The back part creates a [[blinker]], which is deleted later. In September {{year1997}} Bell found a smaller period3 component to support the period9 [[bounding box#trailing edgetrailing edge]]. In June {{year2001}} [[Paul Tooke]] found a much smaller period9 spaceship, [[55P9H3V0]]. 
The front engine of the spaceship is closely related to the [[dart]].  The front engine of the spaceship is closely related to the [[dart]].  
−  ==  +  ==Gallery== 
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+  caption = The period 3 spaceship that was the basis<br>for 117P9H3V0<br />{{LinkCatagoluexq3_y24a9a4z8866gh1u0u1hg6688z1so26043034062os1zx8biuxuib8zy1lo949olzxce4c666c4eczy247174style=brief}}<br>  
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+  pname = 86p9h3v0  
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+  caption = A small, related period 9 spaceship<br>('''86P9H3V0''') which also works in [[HighLife]].<br />{{LinkCatagoluexq9_y6eegi12cxc21igeez4334155211w210pppgppp012w1125514334zy951w888w15style=brief}}<br />  
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== External links ==  == External links ==  
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+  [[Category:Unnamed periodic objects]] 
Revision as of 16:27, 9 November 2019
117P9H3V0  
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Pattern type  Spaceship  

Number of cells  117  
Bounding box  17×32  
Direction  Orthogonal  
Period  9  
Mod  9  
Speed  c/3  
Speed (unsimplified)  3c/9  
Heat  114.2  
Discovered by  David Bell  
Year of discovery  1992  
 
 

117P9H3V0 is an orthogonal c/3 spaceship discovered by David Bell in May 1992.^{[1]} It is based on a period3 spaceship with a loosely connected back component which could be removed to form a period9 spaceship, being the first spaceship of this period to be found. The back part creates a blinker, which is deleted later. In September 1997 Bell found a smaller period3 component to support the period9 trailing edge. In June 2001 Paul Tooke found a much smaller period9 spaceship, 55P9H3V0.
The front engine of the spaceship is closely related to the dart.
Gallery


References
 ↑ David Bell's archive of c/3 ships and puffers in Life
External links
Categories:
 Patterns
 Patterns with 117 cells
 Patterns found by David Bell
 Patterns found in 1992
 Spaceships
 Periodic objects with minimum population 117
 Spaceships with period 9
 Orthogonal spaceships
 Spaceships with speed c/3
 Spaceships with unsimplified speed 3c/9
 Spaceships with heat 114
 Spaceships with mod 9
 Patterns with bilateral orthogonal symmetry
 Unnamed periodic objects