This is what you get if you stellate an icosahedron seventeen times. The eighteenth stellation “loops” back around to the original figure, the icosahedron. For this reason, the figure above is often called “the final stellation of the icosahedron,” as well as “the complete icosahedron.” Its faces are twenty irregular star enneagons, of the type shown below. The red areas are the “facelets” which can be seen, while the other parts of the star enneagon are hidden inside the figure.
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