34P14 shuttle
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34P14 shuttle  
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Pattern type  Oscillator  

Oscillator type  Shuttle  
Number of cells  34  
Bounding box  15×11  
Period  14  
Mod  7  
Heat  22.9  
Volatility  0.94  
Strict volatility  0.86  
Discovered by  carybe  
Year of discovery  2018  
 
 
 

The 34P14 shuttle is the second smallest known period 14 oscillator. It was found by "carybe" on September 24, 2018 using apgsearch, but was not noticed by a human until October 11 of that year.^{[1]} It consists 4 blocks hassling a {biblock + 2 loafs} predecessor.
It produces duoplet sparks, and is capable of reflecting a p28 glider stream.^{[2]} It can potentially replace the p7 bouncer for any glider stream of a multiple of 14, as shown in the period 28 glider shuttle below:
(click above to open LifeViewer) RLE: here Plaintext: here 
It can also reduce the tetradecathlon, a discovery by Jason Summers on January 26, 2004, where a pentadecathlon's phase is changed  originally by sparks from large p7 pipsquirters:
(click above to open LifeViewer) RLE: here Plaintext: here 
See also
 Tumbler
 Rich's p16
 Mold on 34P14 shuttle
 Unix on 34P14 shuttle
 Fumarole on 34P14 shuttle
 68P9
 68P16
 p36 shuttle
 p64 thunderbird hassler
 55P10
References
 ↑ "Catagolue.appspot.com result page". Retrieved on October 12, 2018.
 ↑ Re: Soup search results (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums
External links
 34P14 shuttle at Adam P. Goucher's Catagolue
Categories:
 Patterns
 Oscillators with 34 cells
 Patterns with 34 cells
 Patterns found by carybe
 Patterns found in 2018
 Patterns that can be constructed with 20 gliders
 Oscillators
 Periodic objects with minimum population 34
 Shuttles
 Oscillators with period 14
 Oscillators with mod 7
 Oscillators with heat 22
 Oscillators with volatility 0.94
 Oscillators with strict volatility 0.86
 Patterns with bilateral orthogonal symmetry
 Flipping oscillators
 Sparkers
 Sparkers with period 14
 Strong sparkers
 Reflecting duoplet sparkers
 Patterns discovered by pseudonymous users