45-degree MWSS-to-G

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45-degree MWSS-to-G
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Pattern type Conduit
Conduit type Converter
Conduit for MWSS
Converts to Glider
Number of cells 64
Bounding box 17×26
Recovery time 58 ticks
Spartan? No
Discovered by Ivan Fomichev
Dongook Lee
Year of discovery 2015

45-degree MWSS-to-G is a small converter found by Ivan Fomichev on October 14, 2015, based on a reaction found by Dongook Lee in July of the same year. It accepts either an MWSS or LWSS as input and produces an output glider traveling at a 45-degree angle relative to the input direction.

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