Definition of cosmosphere
1 : the material universe
2 : an apparatus for showing the position of the earth at any given time with respect to the fixed stars that consists of a hollow glass globe on which are depicted the stars and constellations and within which is a terrestrial globe
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Origin and Etymology of cosmosphere
cosm- + -sphere
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