Pre-pulsar hassler 55

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Pre-pulsar hassler 55
x = 43, y = 27, rule = B3/S23 8bo25bo$7bobo23bobo$8bo25bo$13bo15bo$6b5o2b3o11b3o2b5o$5bo4bo5bo9bo5bo 4bo$4bo2bo7b2o9b2o7bo2bo$bo2bob2o27b2obo2bo$obobo5bo21bo5bobobo$bo2bo 4bobo19bobo4bo2bo$4b2o2bo2bo6bo5bo6bo2bo2b2o$9b2o6b3o3b3o6b2o4$9b2o21b 2o$4b2o2bo2bo19bo2bo2b2o$bo2bo4bobo19bobo4bo2bo$obobo5bo21bo5bobobo$bo 2bob2o27b2obo2bo$4bo2bo27bo2bo$5bo4bo3b2o11b2o3bo4bo$6b5o4bo11bo4b5o$ 13bobobo7bobobo$8bo3bobob2o7b2obobo3bo$7bobo2bobo13bobo2bobo$8bo4b2o 13b2o4bo! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART ]] #C [[ GPS 11 ZOOM 10 LOOP 55 ]]
Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 136
Bounding box 43×27
Period 55
Mod 55
Heat 25.8
Volatility 0.68
Strict volatility 0.68
Discovered by David Buckingham
Year of discovery 1986

Pre-pulsar hassler 55 is a period 55 oscillator discovered by David Buckingham on January 26, 1986[1]. It was the first period 55 oscillator to be found. that works by hassling a pre-pulsar with various still-lifes. The original pattern is hassled by two eater 1s, four eater 3s, and two 14-cell still lifes, each composed of an eater 1 and a bun. A reduced set of still-lifes were discovered by Matthias Merzenich in June, 2011. The new version is hassled by four eater 1s, two eater 3s, and two BTSs.


Image gallery

Generation 4 of the originally found pattern reveals that the object being hassled is a pre-pulsar.

See also

References

  1. Dean Hickerson's oscillator stamp collection.

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