This name generator gives you 15 random cosmic and celestial names, which are suitable as personal names for constellations and celestial bodies. Some are more eccentric than others, while others are often common names. For instance, many celestial bodies are named after people, but I also have some names for scientists. I have divided the names into men and women, but a large number of names are unisexual. But since there is only a small number of names available, adding a third button was not worthwhile. But this can change in the future, as more heavenly bodies are regularly named.
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The cosmos is the infinite Universe. With the word cosmos instead of the more commonly used word universe, the meaning becomes more obvious, seeing that the cosmos means to behold the universe as a whole and orderly system; the opposite of chaotic. It is also used to describe the vastness of the sky or the endless expanse of space. Many people believe that the cosmos is made up of everything that exists in the physical world, as well as everything that does not exist physically. It is this belief which provides the basis for the mystical theories concerning the existence of the cosmos, such as the Theory of Relativity.
Although many of these ideas are only theories, there is strong evidence that supports them. For example, if the laws of physics were truly to be true, and the universe were truly static, then all forms of matter must have a definite position. This means that if matter is moving at a specific speed, then it is stationary, too, until it is measured. It is only when matter is measured that it begins to move, but this motion can only be described as something that moves. It may be said, therefore, that the universe is static because it can never be measured. This does not mean however, that it is without purpose.
As one is contemplating the universe, one should note that it is a large amount of things in motion at the same time. Therefore, it is possible to think that the cosmos has a direction and a purpose. That is not to say, however, that the cosmos has a creator. The creator of the cosmos and everything that exists in it, or at least most of what exists in it, is the law of causality, which states that whatever begins will eventually have an end, unless it is stopped, which is impossible.