A glider turner is any reaction in which a glider is turned onto a new path by a spaceship, oscillator, or still life constellation. In the last two cases, the glider turner is usually called a reflector if the reaction is repeatable, or a one-time turner if the reaction can only happen once.
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Small rearrangements of the back two spaceships can alternatively send the output glider into any of the other three directions.
- Glider turner at the Life Lexicon