4D Euclidean space
Polytope of the Month
It has 72 vertices, 256 edges, 256 polygons, and 72 cells (including 24 elongated square bipyramids), and is related to the 24-cell as a modified partial Stott expansion, besides being an augmentation of the runcinated tesseract.
16 Jun 2018:
1 Jun 2018:
The Polytope of the Month for July is up!
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