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|Pattern type||Stable reflector|
|Number of cells||244|
|Angle||0, 90, 180°|
|Discovered by||Adam P. Goucher|
|Year of discovery||2009|
The 487-tick reflector is a 0°, 90° and 180° stable reflector and stable glider quintiplicator that was found by Adam P. Goucher in June 2009. It is based on reactions by Paul Callahan and Dietrich Leithner, which can be fused to form a bistable reflector.
- Adam P. Goucher (June 21, 2009). Re: Small 90 degree reflector (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums