Stellation of a polyhedron involves extending its faces and/or edges into space to form other polyhedra, often with a star-like appearance, which is where the words “stellation,” “stellate,” and “stellated” originate. (“Stella” is Latin for “star.”)
Since this can be done repeatedly, long stellation-series exist for many polyhedra. In the case of the truncated dodecahedron, it was the 21st and 22nd stellations which I found the most aesthetically pleasing.
Here is the 21st stellation of this polyhedron:
And here is the 22nd:
Both of these polyhedra were created with Stella 4d, software you may try for yourself, right here.