B29 is a c/4 diagonal spaceship discovered by Hartmut Holzwart in September 2004.^{[1]} In generation 2 it produces an isolated domino spark that can be used to perturb reactions. In terms of its 29 cells, it is the fourth smallest c/4 diagonal spaceship, as well as the smallest c/4 spaceship to not exhibit glide symmetry. There are three ways in which a glider can nontrivially follow a B29, as shown below.
Due to a synthesis completed by Tanner Jacobi in April 2015, B29 is one of relatively few elementary diagonal spaceships with a known glider synthesis  not counting the Corderships, which include several infinite families of constructible arrangements of switch engines.
Two gliders can be seen at the front of the ship, one of these being temporary and the other permanent, making this a tagalong. The other glider does not stay as a glider but still moves like one.
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Three ways in which gliders can nontrivially follow a B29 Download RLE: click here

See also
References
 ↑ "B29". The Life Lexicon. Stephen Silver.
External links
 29P4H1V1.1 at Heinrich Koenig's Game of Life Object Catalogs