117P9H3V0

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117P9H3V0
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Pattern type Spaceship
Number of cells 117
Bounding box 17×32
Direction Orthogonal
Period 9
Mod 9
Speed c/3
Heat 114.2
Discovered by David Bell
Year of discovery 1992

117P9H3V0 is an orthogonal c/3 spaceship discovered by David Bell in May 1992.[1] It is based on a period-3 spaceship with a loosely connected back component which could be removed to form a period-9 spaceship, being the first spaceship of this period to be found. In September 1997 Bell found a smaller period-3 component to support the period-9 trailing edge. In June 2001 Paul Tooke found a much smaller period-9 spaceship, 55P9H3V0.

The front engine of the spaceship is closely related to the dart.

Image gallery

The period 3 spaceship that was the basis for 117P9H3V0
RLE: here
A small, related period 9 spaceship (86P9H3V0) which also works in HighLife(B36/S23).
RLE: here

References

  1. David Bell's archive of c/3 ships and puffers in Life

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