- a science that describes and maps the main features of the heavens and the earth, including astronomy, geography, and geology.
- a description or representation of the main features of the universe.
Origin of cosmography
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Examples from the Web for cosmography
He alone of our group was familiar with astrogation and cosmography.The Long Voyage
Carl Richard Jacobi
The Professor of Astronomy was to teach astronomy, optics, navigation, and cosmography.Art in England
All that relates to its author will, I believe, be acceptable to lovers of the "Cosmography."Microcosmography
In perusal of history, first, provide you some writers in chronology and cosmography.The Book Lovers' Anthology
The cosmography or topography of the world to come is also Palestinian.Is the Morality of Jesus Sound?
M. M. Mangasarian
- a representation of the world or the universe
- the science dealing with the whole order of nature
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Word Origin and History for cosmography
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- The study of the visible universe that includes the measurement and cataloging of its objects and structures.
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