Glider emulator

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Glider emulator
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Pattern type Tagalong
Number of cells 141
Bounding box 28×28
Direction Diagonal
Period 4
Mod 2
Speed c/4
Heat Unknown
Discovered by Gabriel Nivasch
Year of discovery 1999

Glider emulator is a small glide-symmetric tagalong alternating between 7 and 8 cells, pulled by two counterphased big gliders. It was discovered by Gabriel Nivasch in January 1999.

The tagalong supplies the same one-bit sparks as are found in the odd-parity phases of a glider -- so it can replace the leading glider in glider tagalongs such as Orion 2 or canada goose.

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