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What is the cosmos?
Question Date: 2006-02-02
Answer 1:

The cosmos is the same as the universe. The word is derived from the Greek, meaning 'order'. Cosmos is a synonym of universe. The cosmos is thought of as an orderly or harmonious system. The term cosmos is considered to be all that exists, whether it has been discovered or not.

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