The great icosahedron, one of the Kepler-Poinsot solids, is hidden from view at the center of this cluster. Each of its faces is augmented with a Platonic icosahedron, producing what you see here. 16 more words
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This is the icosahedron, followed by its first stellation.
The first stellation of the icosahedron can be stellated again, and again, and so on. The “final stellation” of the icosahedron is the one right before the stellation-series “wraps around,” back to where it started: 83 more words
First, this is the 11th stellation.
Next, the 13th:
And, finally, the 15th stellation of the icosahedron:
I used Stella 4d, which you can find here, to make these.
Apologies on the fancy title, I was following a pattern through all my posts so was sorta forced to come up with something in two minutes. 421 more words