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|Number of cells||7|
|Discovered by||John Conway|
|Year of discovery||1970|
The C-heptomino is a methuselah that evolves in the same way as a B-heptomino after its second generation and thus evolves into three blocks, two gliders and a ship after 148 generations. It was named by John Conway.
- C-heptomino at the Life Lexicon