# 6-in-a-row Cordership

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6-in-a-row Cordership | |||||

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Pattern type | Spaceship | ||||
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Family | Cordership | ||||

Number of cells | 213 | ||||

Bounding box | 95×99 | ||||

Direction | Diagonal | ||||

Period | 96 | ||||

Mod | 96 | ||||

Speed | c/12 | ||||

Heat | Unknown | ||||

Discovered by | Dave Greene | ||||

Year of discovery | 2010 | ||||

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The **6-in-a-row Cordership** is a diagonal spaceship that was discovered by Dave Greene on March 13, 2010 while trying to construct a lightweight spaceship rake.^{[1]}

The spaceship consists of the two wings from a 7-in-a-row Cordership, without the central switch engine that requires a 48-tick timing offset between the wings. Like the 5-in-a-row Cordership which also includes one of these wing structures, a simple tub catalyst can be set up to extract one or more gliders from the ship as it passes, by suppressing the creation of a block along the edge.

## References

- ↑ Dave Greene (7 August 2016). "Re: Spaceship Discussion Thread". Retrieved on 7 August 2016.

## External links

- 6-in-a-row Cordership at Adam P. Goucher's Catagolue (extended)