SW1T43

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SW1T43
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Pattern type Conduit
Conduit type Converter
Conduit for Herschel
Converts to Glider
Number of cells 40
Recovery time 72 ticks
Edge shooter? No
Discovered by Simon Ekström
Year of discovery 2015

SW1T43 is a Herschel-to-glider converter discovered by Simon Ekström on October 17, 2015.[1] It produces a tandem glider useful in the tee reaction. It is classified as a "G3" converter because its two gliders are three lanes apart.

Besides the southwest-traveling glider on lane 1, the converter also emits the Herschel's standard first natural glider, SW-2. The converter's full standard name is therefore "HSW1T43_SW-2T21". See NW31 for an explanation of H-to-G naming conventions.

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References

  1. Simon Ekström (October 17, 2015). "Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits". Retrieved on February 10, 2018.