Silver's reflector

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Silver's reflector
Silver's reflector image
Pattern type Stable reflector
Number of cells 121
Bounding box 64×81
Angle 90°
Repeat time 497
Discovered by Stephen Silver
Year of discovery 1998

Silver's reflector, also commonly referred as 497-tick reflector, is the smallest and fastest spartan 180- and 90-degree stable reflector as of February 2015. It was the smallest stable glider duplicator and glider-to-herchel converter until it was surpassed by Syringe. It was discovered by Stephen Silver in November 1998.

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