A stellated polygon is a variation of a regular polygon. In a stellated polygon, all the edges are the same length, and all the angles are the same size, but the edges intersect. The most common example is the five-pointed star sometimes called a pentagram.

In the center of a stellated polygon, you can find a small version of the corresponding regular polygon formed by parts of each edge.

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