487-tick reflector

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487-tick reflector
487-tick reflector image
Pattern type Stable reflector
Angle Unknown
Repeat time 487
Discovered by Adam P. Goucher
Year of discovery 2009

The 487-tick reflector is the second fastest 90° stable reflector. It is based on reactions by Paul Callahan and Dietrich Leithner, which can be elegantly fused to form a bistable reflector.

See also

466-tick reflector