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34p14 shuttle
34p14 shuttle image
Pattern type Oscillator
Oscillator type Shuttle
Number of cells 34
Bounding box 15×11
Frequency class 29.9
Period 14
Mod 7
Heat Unknown
Volatility Unknown
Strict volatility Unknown
Discovered by carybe
Year of discovery 2018

The 34p14 shuttle is the second smallest known p14 and was found by carybe in 2018. It consists 4 blocks hassling a {bi-block + 2 loafs} predecessor.

It produces duoplets, and is capable of reflecting a p28 glider stream. It can potentially replace the p7 bouncer for any glider stream of a multiple of 14, as shown in the p28 glider shuttle below.

Period 28 glider shuttle based on 34p14 shuttle

See also

References