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|s               = c/12
|discoverer   = Dean Hickerson
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|discoveryear = 1993
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The '''7-engine Cordership''' is a [[c/12 diagonal]] [[spaceship]] that was discovered by [[:Category:Patterns found by Dean Hickerson|Dean Hickerson]] on August 14, [[:Category:Patterns found in 1993|1993]]. Until the discovery of the [[6-engine Cordership]] almost five years later, it was the [[Cordership]] that used the fewest known possible [[switch engine]]s. Corderships that use as few as [[3-engine Cordership|3 engines]] are now known.
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The '''7-engine Cordership''' is a [[c/12 diagonal]] [[spaceship]] that was discovered by [[:Category:Patterns found by Dean Hickerson|Dean Hickerson]] on August 14, [[:Category:Patterns found in 1993|1993]]. Until the discovery of the [[6-engine Cordership]] almost five years later, it was the [[Cordership]] that used the fewest known possible [[switch engine]]s. Corderships that use as few as [[2-engine Cordership|2 engines]] are now known.
  
 
This particular Cordership can be used to reflect [[glider]]s in a variety of ways. The image below shows two gliders that will be turned counterclockwise by 90 degrees (in red), a glider that will be reflected 180 degrees (in green), and a glider that will be turned into a southbound [[lightweight spaceship]] (in blue).<ref>[[Alan Hensel]]'s [http://www.ibiblio.org/lifepatterns/ lifep.zip pattern collection].</ref> For another method of performing a 180-degree glider reflection using the 7-engine Cordership, see [[glider loop]].
 
This particular Cordership can be used to reflect [[glider]]s in a variety of ways. The image below shows two gliders that will be turned counterclockwise by 90 degrees (in red), a glider that will be reflected 180 degrees (in green), and a glider that will be turned into a southbound [[lightweight spaceship]] (in blue).<ref>[[Alan Hensel]]'s [http://www.ibiblio.org/lifepatterns/ lifep.zip pattern collection].</ref> For another method of performing a 180-degree glider reflection using the 7-engine Cordership, see [[glider loop]].
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* [http://www.math.ntnu.edu.tw/act/math_camp/Lab/Life/corder2.html 7-engine Cordership] at the Life Pattern Catalog
 
* [http://www.math.ntnu.edu.tw/act/math_camp/Lab/Life/corder2.html 7-engine Cordership] at the Life Pattern Catalog
 
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{{LinkEppstein|21362|patternname=The Cordership (glider 21362)}}
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[[Category:glide symmetric spaceships]]
 
[[Category:glide symmetric spaceships]]

Latest revision as of 18:50, 26 January 2019

7-engine Cordership
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Pattern type Spaceship
Family Cordership
Number of cells 180
Bounding box 71×65
Direction Diagonal
Period 96
Mod 48
Speed c/12
Speed (unsimplified) 8c/96
Heat 196.3
Discovered by Dean Hickerson
Year of discovery 1993

The 7-engine Cordership is a c/12 diagonal spaceship that was discovered by Dean Hickerson on August 14, 1993. Until the discovery of the 6-engine Cordership almost five years later, it was the Cordership that used the fewest known possible switch engines. Corderships that use as few as 2 engines are now known.

This particular Cordership can be used to reflect gliders in a variety of ways. The image below shows two gliders that will be turned counterclockwise by 90 degrees (in red), a glider that will be reflected 180 degrees (in green), and a glider that will be turned into a southbound lightweight spaceship (in blue).[1] For another method of performing a 180-degree glider reflection using the 7-engine Cordership, see glider loop.

Gliders about to be reflected off of the ship
red:90˚, green:180˚, blue:45˚ RLE: here

See also

References

External links

  • 180P96H8V8.1 at Heinrich Koenig's Game of Life Object Catalogs