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|Information from Kimberling's Encyclopedia of Triangle Centers|
Trilinears (csc A)/(cot A - cot 2π/5) : (csc B)/(cot B - cot 2π/5) : (csc C)/(cot C - cot 2π/5)
Trilinears csc(A + 3π/5) : csc(B + 3π/5) : csc(C + 3π/5) (Joe Goggins, Oct. 19, 2005)
Barycentrics 1/(cot A - cot 2π/5) : 1/(cot B - cot 2π/5) : 1/(cot C - cot 2π/5)
Let A' be the innermost vertex of the regular pentagon erected inward on side BC of ABC. Define B' and C' cyclically. Then triangle A'B'C' is perspective to ABC, and the perspector is X(1139). See references at X(1139).
X(1140) lies on this line: (6,1139)