Cyclopentadienyl Managanese Ammine Dicarbonyl

I'm supposed to be adding chemicals to bubbling flasks, taking spectacular spectrograms (that I probably don't understand anyway) and inhaling more toxic-laced air. 

However, I've decided to draw virtual molecules instead. There's something about their austere forms that fascinate.

The spheres, each representing an atom, are satisfyingly rotund. Light glints on their surfaces. Every adjoining line represents the intangible connections between these spherical atoms. Very mathematical and very visual.

Profile of The Compound
They're reassuringly solid, with their partial symmetry and sense of balance.
Perpendicular View of Said Compound
Planar View of the Same Compound
What secrets do they conceal, these bouncing collections of atoms? Do they hold the key to answers greater than them?