(23,5)c/79 Herschel climber

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(23,5)c/79 climber
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Pattern type Crawler
Speed (23,5)c/79
Direction oblique
Crawls on glider
Discovered by Nicolay Beluchenko
Year of discovery 2006

(23,5)c/79 Herschel climber is a crawler that consists of a Herschel climbing up gliders. This reaction was first discovered by Nicolay Beluchenko on September 28, 2006, in the form of a tub fuse.

Engineering of this reaction gave the (23,5)c/79 waterbear spaceship, which is the fastest engineered oblique spaceship as of July 2023, although a spaceship based on the (27,1)c/72 Herschel climber or (13,1)c/31 Pseudo-B climber would be even faster.

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