Cosmos (disambiguation)

Cosmos (disambiguation)

Cosmos generally refers to an orderly or harmonious system, and is used as a synonym for Universe when emphasizing that the universe is governed by an orderly system of physical laws; this usage originated with the philosopher Pythagoras in the 6th century BCE.

Cosmos or Kosmos may also refer to:



  • Kosmos (satellite), a series of Soviet/Russian satellites
  • Kosmos (rocket family), a series of Soviet/Russian rockets
  • Cosmic Evolution Survey (COSMOS), a Hubble Space Telescope Treasury Project
  • Cosmos 1, a privately-funded solar sail spacecraft project


  • A/S Kosmos, a Norwegian shipping company
  • Kosmos Airlines, a Russian airline
  • Kosmos (publisher), a publisher of books, toys and games
  • Cosmos, a coach company, part of Globus family of brands


Nonfiction media

  • Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, a 13-part documentary television series presented by Carl Sagan
  • Cosmos (book), a book by Carl Sagan based on the documentary series
  • Cosmos (magazine), an Australian popular science magazine
  • Kosmos (Humboldt), a scientific treatise by Alexander von Humboldt
  • Cosmos: A Journal of Emerging Issues, an annual essay collection published by the Cosmos Club
  • The Kosmos Trilogy, a series of philosophy books by Ken Wilber

Fictional uses




Other uses

See also

  • Cosmo (disambiguation)
  • Cosmic (disambiguation)

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