p35 beehive hassler

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p35 beehive hassler
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Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 372
Bounding box 79×24
Period 35
Mod 35
Heat 136.9
Volatility 0.59
Strict volatility 0.09
Discovered by Dean Hickerson
Year of discovery 1995

The p35 beehive hassler is a period-35 oscillator discovered by Dean Hickerson on February 14, 1995[1] and was the first oscillator of this period to be discovered.[note 1] It is composed of two fumaroles and two heavyweight volcanoes hassling a beehive.

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A related period 30 beehive hassler
RLE: here

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Notes

  1. A period-35 oscillator, octagon II on 44P7.2, can be constructed from two sparkers (octagon II and 44P7.2) both of which were known by 1977. However, this type of oscillator is generally considered "boring", and thus not counted despite technically being non-trivial.

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