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You can inscribe another tetrahedron in the cube
The yellow tetrahedron joins the vertices left free by the red one.
Leave out the cube, and you have a shape discovered by the astronomer Kepler, whose research into planetary orbits was used by Newton. He called this a Stella Octangula.
More mathematical images (start of page)
More mathematical images (Kepler's stella octangula)