Glider train

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Glider train
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Pattern type Puffer
Number of cells 37
Bounding box 9×18
Direction Orthogonal
Period 64
Speed c/2
Discovered by Bill Gosper
Year of discovery Unknown

A glider train is a particular period 64 c/2 orthogonal puffer that produces two rows of blocks and two backward glider waves. Ten of these were used to make the first breeder, breeder 1. By eating the blocks with MWSSes, backrake 3 is formed.

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