Cluster of Cuboctahedra

Cluster of Cuboctahedra

A cuboctahedron sits at the center of this rotating cluster, but you can’t see it, because each of its fourteen faces (six squares and eight equilateral triangles) has another cuboctahedron, of equal size, attached to it.

Software credit: visit to try (or buy) the polyhedral-manipulation software I used to make this virtual model.

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