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Polytope of the Month

This month, we continue our exploration of octa-augmented polychora, CRF polytopes produced by augmenting members of the tesseract family of uniform polychora along their axial symmetries.

The octa-augmented runcitruncated 16-cell

This is the octa-augmented runcitruncated 16-cell, a beautiful polytope that sports 24 elongated square bipyramids (J15) as cells, among other shapes. It can also be considered as one of the partial Stott contractions of the runcitruncated 24-cell, or a Stott expansion of the octa-augmented runcinated tesseract.

Learn more about this polychoron at the octa-augmented runcitruncated 16-cell page. As usual, we provide the full Cartesian coordinates.

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