A tagalong (or less commonly a tugalong) is an object that is not a spaceship by itself, but can be attached to one or more spaceships to form a larger spaceship. For example, Canada goose is a spaceship made by attaching a tagalong to the back of a glider. Well-known tagalongs include fly, sidecar, and sparky.
A pushalong is a tagalong that is located at the front of the spaceship that it is attached to. Pushalong 1 is an example that was found by David Bell in 1992 that can be attached to the front of a middleweight spaceship. Another pushalong can be seen at 114P6H1V0.
Still life tagalongstill life in at least one phase. An example is shown to the right in which the tagalong looks like a pond. Certain other such reactions, such as the fireship pulling blocks, are known.
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- "Pushalong". The Life Lexicon. Stephen Silver. Retrieved on May 22, 2009.
- "Still life tagalong". The Life Lexicon. Stephen Silver. Retrieved on May 22, 2009.
- Tagalong at Eric Weisstein's Treasure Trove of Life
- Tagalong at the Life Lexicon