Four Octahedron-Tetrahedron Compounds around a Tetrahedron

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If an octahedron-tetrahedron compound (also known as an octet truss) is placed on each face of a tetrahedron, then a structure is produced that can be interpreted as a 3D Mitsubishi logo. The central tetrahedron can be replaced with a smaller version of this structure to create a fractal arrangement.

Contributed by: Sándor Kabai (August 2014)
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