|Number of cells||149|
|Discovered by||Erik de Neve|
|Year of discovery||2010|
Edna is a methuselah with a lifespan of 31192 generations, discovered by Erik de Neve on January 10, 2010, using Nathaniel Johnston's soup search script, being the first such pattern to be found with a longevity greater than that of Lidka. It is currently the second longest-lived known methuselah to fit within a 20×20 bounding box.
The pattern is named after Methuselah's wife, Edna.
The stable pattern that results from Edna cycles between 3600 and 3602 cells.
- "Online Life-Like CA Soup Search". Retrieved on February 1, 2010.