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==As a reflector==
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Pipsquirter 1 has the ability to act as a 90-degree [[glider]] [[reflector]] when it is combined with a [[block]], [[boat]] and [[eater 1]]. The input path (in green) and output path (in red) of the glider are shown below.
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[[Image:pipsquirter_1_reflector.png‎|framed|center|Pipsquirter 1 acting as a reflector<br />{{JavaRLE|pipsquirter1asreflector}}]]
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 13:21, 1 July 2011

Pipsquirter 1
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Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 50
Bounding box 15×14
Period 6
Mod Unknown
Heat 9
Volatility Unknown
Strict volatility Unknown
Discovered by Noam Elkies
Year of discovery 1997

Pipsquirter 1 is a period 6 pipsquirter that was found in November 1997 by Noam Elkies. It features a block acting as an induction coil and its phases have 50, 50, 53, 50, 52, and 53 cells, respectively.

Image gallery

Generation 5 reveals that this oscillator really is a pipsquirter

As a reflector

Pipsquirter 1 has the ability to act as a 90-degree glider reflector when it is combined with a block, boat and eater 1. The input path (in green) and output path (in red) of the glider are shown below.

Pipsquirter 1 acting as a reflector
Download RLE: click here

See also

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