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Thirteenth stellation of icosidodecahedron

Thirteenth stellation icosidodecahedron

The polyhedron is one of the stellation forms of the icosidodecahedron.

Another name for the polyhedron is the compound of the greate stellated dodecahedron and the 9th stellation of icosahedron.

The completed coloring makes it possible to see how two strongly pronounced stellate solids joined together.

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The dodecahedron forms the following face shape:

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The icosahedron forms the following facet shape:

The polygons forming the faces are as follows:

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

Video. Rotation of a polyhedron

The color of the polyhedron, where the faces formed by the dodecahedron are beige and the faces formed by the icosahedron are blue:

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A color variant of a polyhedron, where the faces formed by the dodecahedron are blue and the faces formed by the icosahedron are beige:

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Another version of the coloring model, where the faces formed by the dodecahedron are red.

Assembling a polyhedron from the set "Magic Edges"

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The model can be twisted most online (except mobile devices)

 

 

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