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English: An alternate version of en::File:Calabi-Yau.png. This version is slightly transparent. The boundaries of triangles are also rendered in a lighter colour allowing one to note the five-fold symmetry at some vertices.

This image of the en:Calabi–Yau manifold appeared on the cover of the November 2007 issue of en:Scientific American.

Date 2007-07-25 (original upload date)
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