Banana spark

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Banana spark
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Pattern type Spark
Number of cells 3
Bounding box 3×2
Discovered by Unknown
Year of discovery Unknown

A banana spark is a common three-bit polyplet spark used in glider synthesis and signal circuitry. The buckaroo is an oscillator that produces this spark, and the twin bees shuttle produces a variation of this spark. It can be used to turn a glider 90 degrees, as shown in the infobox pattern.

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