Quasar

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Quasar
10b3o3b3o10b2$8bo4bobo4bo8b$8bo4bobo4bo8b$8bo4bobo4bo8b$10b3o3b3o10b2$ 8b3o7b3o8b$2b3o2bo4bo3bo4bo2b3o2b$7bo4bo3bo4bo7b$o4bobo4bo3bo4bobo4bo$ o4bo17bo4bo$o4bo2b3o7b3o2bo4bo$2b3o19b3o2b2$2b3o19b3o2b$o4bo2b3o7b3o2b o4bo$o4bo17bo4bo$o4bobo4bo3bo4bobo4bo$7bo4bo3bo4bo7b$2b3o2bo4bo3bo4bo 2b3o2b$8b3o7b3o8b2$10b3o3b3o10b$8bo4bobo4bo8b$8bo4bobo4bo8b$8bo4bobo4b o8b2$10b3o3b3o! #C [[ THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART ]] #C [[ ZOOM 12 THUMBSIZE 2 GPS 2 WIDTH 480 HEIGHT 480 ]]
Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 144
Bounding box 31×31
Period 3
Mod 3
Heat 128
Volatility 0.73
Strict volatility 0.73
Rotor type Pulsar
Discovered by Robert Wainwright
Year of discovery 1971

Quasar is a period 3 oscillator that was found by Robert Wainwright in August 1971, and is just the smallest of an extensible series of p3 oscillators built using pulsar quadrants which are shifted with respect to each other.

Here is the next oscillator in the series:

x = 45, y = 45, rule = B3/S23 18b3o3b3o2$16bo4bobo4bo$16bo4bobo4bo$16bo4bobo4bo$18b3o3b3o2$16b3o7b3o $10b3o2bo4bo3bo4bo2b3o$15bo4bo3bo4bo$8bo4bobo4bo3bo4bobo4bo$8bo4bo17bo 4bo$8bo4bo2b3o7b3o2bo4bo$10b3o19b3o2$8b3o23b3o$2b3o2bo4bo19bo4bo2b3o$ 7bo4bo19bo4bo$o4bobo4bo19bo4bobo4bo$o4bo33bo4bo$o4bo2b3o23b3o2bo4bo$2b 3o35b3o2$2b3o35b3o$o4bo2b3o23b3o2bo4bo$o4bo33bo4bo$o4bobo4bo19bo4bobo 4bo$7bo4bo19bo4bo$2b3o2bo4bo19bo4bo2b3o$8b3o23b3o2$10b3o19b3o$8bo4bo2b 3o7b3o2bo4bo$8bo4bo17bo4bo$8bo4bobo4bo3bo4bobo4bo$15bo4bo3bo4bo$10b3o 2bo4bo3bo4bo2b3o$16b3o7b3o2$18b3o3b3o$16bo4bobo4bo$16bo4bobo4bo$16bo4b obo4bo2$18b3o3b3o! #C [[ THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ ZOOM 10 THUMBSIZE 2 GPS 2 WIDTH 480 HEIGHT 480 AUTOSTART ]]
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