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Pattern type Tagalong
Number of cells 157
Bounding box 34×20
Direction Orthogonal
Period 3
Mod 3
Speed c/3
Speed (unsimplified) c/3
Heat 161.3
Discovered by David Bell
Year of discovery 1992

Fly is a tagalong for c/3 orthogonal spaceships that was found by David Bell in April 1992. It is shown to the right attached to the back of the 25P3H1V0.1 spaceship, also found by Bell. It can also be attached to the back of 60P3H1V0.3, as shown below, and flies can be attached to the back of each other, creating an extensible tagalong.

Image gallery

Fly attached to a 60P3H1V0.3
RLE: here
Flies attached together
RLE: here

External links

  • 157P3H1V0.1 at Heinrich Koenig's Game of Life Object Catalogs