p4 reflector

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p4 reflector
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Pattern type Reflector
Oscillator
Number of cells 332
Bounding box 58×34
Angle 90°
Period 4
Heat Unknown
Discovered by Karel Suhajda
Year of discovery 2012

P4 reflector is a colour-preserving glider reflector discovered by Karel Suhajda in October 2012. Its minimum repeat time is 52 ticks. Unlike the various bouncers discovered many years earlier, it is not colour-changing, so it was made obsolete the following year by the discovery of the much smaller stable Snark, which uses the same initial bait reaction and so produces an output glider with the same timing. For a smaller periodic colour-preserving glider reflector with a different output timing, see p4 bumper.

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