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  1. the complete or final stellation of the icosahedron

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. a term from geometry

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  3. can also be seen as a self-intersecting star polyhedron having 20 faces, where each face is an irregular 9/4 star enneagram, and with three faces meeting at each vertex

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  4. "complete" or "final" in the sense that it includes all of the finite cells into which the face planes of the regular icosahedron divide space, so it is the outermost stellation of the icosahedron

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  5. referenced as the 17th (and final) stellation (and model W42) by Wenninger and indexed 8th of 59 stellations in the book The fifty nine icosahedra

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