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Pattern type Spaceship
Number of cells 160
Bounding box 19×39
Direction Orthogonal
Period 10
Mod 10
Speed c/5
Speed (unsimplified) 2c/10
Heat 146.2
Discovered by Paul Tooke
Year of discovery 2004

160P10H2V0 is a c/5 orthogonal spaceship discovered by Paul Tooke in November 2004.[1] It was the first period-10, c/5 spaceship to be discovered.[2] It is a would-be blinker puffer whose output is eaten by its own spark.

A name proposed for this spaceship is crayfish.[3]

See also


  1. Jason Summers' jslife pattern collection.
  2. Jason Summers' Game of Life Status page
  3. gmc_nxtman (6 September 2015). "Re: Project Alias". Retrieved on 1 July 2016.

External links

  • 160P10H2V0.1 at Heinrich Koenig's Game of Life Object Catalogs