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|discoverer  = Chris Cain
 
|discoverer  = Chris Cain

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Centipede
Centipede image
Pattern type Spaceship
Number of cells 620901
Bounding box 11652×126714
Direction Orthogonal
Period 240
Mod 240
Speed 31c/240
Speed (unsimplified) 31c/240
Heat 402634.1
Discovered by Chris Cain
Year of discovery 2014

The centipede is the second smallest known 31c/240 spaceship after the caterloopillar's 31c/240 variant, and remains the smallest 31c/240 spaceship making use of the 31c/240 reaction (and therefore the smallest period 240 31c/240 spaceship). It was created by Chris Cain later on the same day as the shield bug[1] and actually reuses most of its circuitry despite of having quite different shape. Its smaller size is due to a more compact front-end that was built by Cain a day earlier.

References

  1. Chris Cain (September 4, 2014). "Re: 31c/240 caterpillar working notes". Retrieved on September 5, 2014.

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