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- July 1: Another collaborative effort results in a series of HWSS Heisenburp circuits much smaller than the previous best known devices. Recovery time is something under 1400 ticks. Some versions can also detect flotillas with an HWSS along one edge.
- June 20-30: Several new signal converter circuits are constructed, including Luka Okanishi's 242-tick 30P5H2V0-to-G and Goldtiger997's 290-tick HWSS-to-G. Many others are catalogued here.
- June 6-30: JP21's and then Jeremy Tan's eater collections spark new interest, and eaters are found for several previously inedible spaceships such as dragon, Canada goose, and brain.
- June 8: A collaborative effort produces a fully universal *WSS-to-glider converter that recovers in only 588 ticks, and works even if moved by an odd number of cells along the input lane.