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Final stellation of the icosahedron

Polyhedron The Final stellation of the icosahedron is one of the many stellate forms of the icosahedron. The geometric shape has a significant number of rays. To make the assembly of a polyhedron convenient, it was necessary to increase the geometric dimensions. Therefore, the parts are divided into two sets: Magic Edges No. 23 and No. 24

The thin needles of this polyhedron resemble a daring sea urchin. Or maybe it is a piece of a mysterious Venetian carnival? Take a closer look, how many stars can you count in these bright rays? Do not forget to return to reality when you understand the cosmic forms.

* detailed description of the polyhedron on the pages of the set "Magic Edges".

great star 23 400 2
final icosahedron 24 400 2



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